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Old 09-22-2003, 11:39 PM   #1
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As most everyone else i have the side post battery connections...and no top posts...well i have a delema (SP) anyways...i have a 4 guage power wire...so i am wonderni ghwat is a better way to connect it ( not expensive either) wihtout making the wires small and putting it between the two connections on the pos side? thanks...pics would help a lot too...
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longer bolt and a ring connecter? pretty self explaintory?
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I think Monster Cable makes some nice wire connectors. Check out Audio King, they should be able to get what you need.
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Longer bolt and ring terminal is perfect, had to do it on my friends firebird.
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What I had to do when running 0gauge in my friends Cav is they make side post bolts that have the normal thread then have threads on the out side to where you can pop the wire on and ratchet it down with a nut. I think it costed $2.50
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