Originally Posted by Bob Dillon
Update: The positive cable comes apart! I tugged at the red insulator portion and was able to disassemble the parts.
The connector to the positive wire is a flat metal piece that is sandwched between two odd-shaped, conical washers. it was extremely corroded, so I used a wire brush and my cordless drill to brighten it up.
I then used a wire brush on my bench grinder to clean the corrosion off the conical washers, reassembled, and it'* as good as new.
Might look that way on the outside, but what kind of corrosion is working it'* way through the actual cable?
Just measure the cables for length, and head to your local parts store. A cable is pretty much a cable. One of the few things are cars these days that are an "industry standard". Heck, even WalMart carries a pretty good selection.
Or, as mentioned before, get some monster sized audio cables and make your own. Bigger the cable, lower the resistance.