12-10 Gauge Butt Connector

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Deka 12-10 Gauge Nylon Butt Connector

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12-10 Gauge Butt Connector - 05732-2

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (13 Customer Reviews)

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I'm installing brakes on a little 13' Scamp that didn't originally have them. With the help of very descriptive information on your website, plus videos, etc., I was able to determine exactly what I needed to do the job. Ordering was painless. Shipping was free due to the amount spent, & the shipment arrived well packed , right on schedule, & it was filled exactly as ordered. All parts were of top quality. The brakes & drums were Dexter as described & a perfect match for my existing axle. Thank you etrailer.com. This was my 1st order but it won't be my last. 102464

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as advertised. very fast service. 431608

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Work great and good quality 409335

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Good fit. Worked as intended. 365955

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I recently ordered two self adjusting brakes and wire. Through error on my part I ordered the wrong butt connectors. That's okay when I place my next order I will order the correct ones. The brakes were easy to install thanks to all the videos e trailer provides. I will be placing more orders before my 1965 Serro Scotty is completed. 339043

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The Tow Ready Wiring Adapter for Electric Brake Controllers - Nissan - 20266 and the 12-10 Gauge Butt Connector - 05732-2 were a perfect fit for the prewired harness on the 2013 Nissan Xterra S. Thank you 116354

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Good quality. 78571

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I ordered several components to repair a damaged trailer connection. Very quick delivery...great email notification of order status...all products as advertised. I'll be back to eTrailer.com whenever I need trailer parts. 74053


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  • We do have a solution for you, however, you will not be able to power reverse lights on a trailer with a 4-pin trailer connector. The reverse lights on a trailer must receive power from the reverse lights on the tow vehicle. To do this, you will want to install a 5-pin connector on the trailer and on the tow vehicle. There are many options, but I recommend installing the Hopkins Endurance 5-way Flat Wiring Kit, # HM47890, for a uniform look. You can simply cut off the 4 pin connectors...
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  • How to Rewire an Old Cattle Trailer
  • It sounds like you are on the right track to rewire your cattle trailer. You are correct about the wire colors on the 7-way connector that you purchased. The colors that you see on the 7-way connector are typical for RV style trailers rather than utility, cargo, or livestock style trailers. The black wire should be connected to the terminal in the 7-way connector labeled black. This is the terminal in the 11 oclock position when you are looking at the back of the trailer connector (see...
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  • Parts Needed to Re-Wire Car Hauler Trailer Lights and Brakes
  • We can help you with selecting parts to re-wire your trailer's lights and brakes. Trailer size affects the number and types of lights required to be DOT-compliant. I linked for you an article that covers the lighting requirements for trailers of various sizes. This will help you determine what is required for your specific trailer. For lighting you might want to consider one of our complete lighting kits. Kit # TL29BK uses standard incandescent light bulbs and kit # TLL9RK uses high-efficiency...
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  • Parts Needed to Replace All Wiring a Single Axle Cargo Trailer
  • To completely rewire your cargo trailer, I would recommend picking up a trailer light kit like the Standard Light Kit, # TL5RK, or # TLL9RK for LED lights. These kits include all necessary wiring and hardware needed to install the lights on your trailer. The LED light kit does not include clearance lights. To add clearance lights, I would recommend using # MCL31AB. The best option would be the LED lights because they only use a fraction of the power that the incandescent lights use....
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  • How to Hardwire a 12 Volt Accessory Outlet in a Truck Bed
  • Only a 7-way trailer connector will have a 12 volt power wire ran to the connector. A 4-way trailer connector will not have a constant 12 volt power wire. As long as the 12 volt power wire running to the 7-way trailer connector is rated for the amperage required for your 12 volt accessory outlet then yes, you can use this wire for powering the circuit. Depending on how the vehicle is set up, your trailer connector may or may not still have power while the vehicle is off. To test this...
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  • Wire Recommendation for Rewiring Utility Trailer with Brakes
  • For the brake circuit of your trailer you will want to run 10 gauge wire like our part # 10-1-1 which is sold by the foot and is standard copper primary wire. We use it all the time here on trailers and it works great. For bonded 14 gauge wire that has 4 wires bundled you would want the part # DW04923-1 which is also sold by the foot. A lot of times people use junction boxes like the part # 38656 to organize the wires on the trailer. Check out the install video I attached for more...
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  • Wiring a Side Marker Light to the Running Light Wire on a Trailer
  • You can run a jumper wire to T-off from the main running light wire to the side marker light using something like a quick splice connector, # 562. Or you can use a butt connector, # 05732-2. In one end, place the wire from the trailer connector and in the other end insert the wire from the side marker light and the wire to the tail light. You would need to cut the brown wire at some point to wire it in this manner. And yet another option is to run the side marker wire all the way...
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  • Installing a Brake Controller on 2011 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 with OEM Integrated Brake Controller
  • You can install an aftermarket brake controller on your 2011 Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD even if it has the OEM brake controller. You should find five blunt cut wires taped up under the drivers side dash between the brake pedal and the emergency brake pedal. I have attached a photo showing the wires for you to check out. You should see a red/black wire which supplies 12 volt power to the brake controller, white for ground, light blue/white for the brake light switch, dark blue for brake...
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  • 7-Way Trailer Connector Needed for 2015 Ford F-150
  • I recommend using the Hopikins Adapter 4- to 7-Pole and 4-Pole # 37185. This connector will work with the existing 4-way connector on your vehicle. Using this adapter, you will be able to tow trailers with 7-way connectors or 4-way connectors. There are a few additional parts we used when installing this connector. When connecting to your existing 4-way connector, dielectric grease # 11755 will help to protect the connection. We recommend securing this connection with a zip tie and...
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  • Parts Needed to Completely Rewire Trailer with 7-Way for Brakes
  • Often times, people will run the wires from a 7-way such as yours to a junction box like part # 38656. From there, they will run the standard wire colors to the trailer lights, brakes and battery. I have attached a photo that shows how this setup works in the junction box. Most molded 7-way pigtails will come wired with the RV style color code. If you ever need to replace your 7-way connector in the future, you could simply open the junction box, remove the connector and wire loom and install...
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  • Recommended Circuit Breaker and Wire Gauge for Wiring 7-way Trailer Connector
  • For a circuit breaker, I recommend using a 40 amp circuit breaker, like the Pollak 40amp In-Line Circuit Breaker # 9510. The wire that runs to the battery will connect to the gold post, and the line that connects to the junction box will connect to the silver post. Usually, 10 gauge wire is used for the 12V power. I recommend using # 10-1-1. This 10 gauge wire is sold by the foot. To make connections with this wire, you will want to use 12-10 gauge wire ring terminals # DW05705-1 or...
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  • How to Wire Electric Brakes on Gooseneck Trailer
  • Let's start at the brake assemblies/hubs on your new gooseneck trailer. The two wires coming from each assembly look exactly as they should. One wire will ground to the trailer frame and the other wire will attach to the brake output wire. The fact that you do not know which wire does what is absolutely okay! This is because brake magnets do not have polarity, so either wire can be used for either function. You will then need to run wiring from the front of your trailer to these...
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  • Recommendations for Splicing Running Light Wires on a Tear Drop Camping Trailer
  • Instead of using a quick splice connector, I recommend splicing into the wiring using a butt connector and then using some shrink tubing or liquid electrical tape, # SWC50122, to seal the connections from the elements. We have different size butt connectors like # 05732-2 for 12 to 10 gauge wires and # 05731-5 for 16 to 14 gauge wires. You will want to be careful when adding lights to a trailer. If you add too many lights, it could be too much power draw on the tow vehicle electrical...
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  • Can 3 Function LED Light STL79RB Be Used for Stop, Turn, and Tail Lights on Both Sides of Trailer
  • Yes, the # STL79RB 3-function LED would work for stop, turn signal, and tail light functions on your trailer if you installed one on each side. If you look at the back of the light, you will see three wires, as pictured. To install the lights, the white wire, equipped with a ring terminal, will be connected to a clean metal surface on the trailer frame, the black wire will be connected to the tail light circuit, and the red wire will connected to the brake and turn signal circuit....
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  • Recommended 7-Wire For Rewiring Lights On Semi Truck
  • The smallest gauge wire for running any lights is 16 gauge, like part # 16-1-1. This wire measures .089 inches so using a 1/2 inch loom like part # 459075 would be able to handle several strands of 16 gauge wire. This could run into quite a cumbersome task but we may have just the thing you are looking for. I recommend using the Deka Jacketed 7-Wire, part # DW04914-1. This jacketed wire has (6) 12 gauge multicolored wires and (1) 10 gauge white wire enclosed in a black vinyl jacket to protect...
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  • Recommended Wiring Harness for Rewiring a 26 Foot Gooseneck Stock Trailer
  • It sounds like you are wanting to rewire your gooseneck trailer with a 7-way connector. To do this I recommend the 7-way connector # H20046, the bonded 16 gauge 4 wire per foot # 16-4B-1 for the trailer and the 10 gauge jacketed wire # 10-2-1 for the brakes and ground. Often times, people will run the wires from a 7-way such as yours to a junction box like part # 38656. From there, they will run the standard wire colors to the trailer lights, brakes and battery. I have attached a...
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  • Installing New Trailer Lights and Wiring on a Horse Trailer
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  • Parts Needed to Re-Wire 18 Foot Car Hauler Trailer with 7-Way Connector
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  • What are the Dimensions of # 12-2-1 Jacketed Brake Wire
  • I went to our warehouse and pulled some of this Jacketed 2 Wire, part # 12-2-1, to measure for you with a pair of digital calipers. The width of the 2 wires with the jacket measures .364 inches. It measures .209 inches thick. Each individual wire when removed from the jacket measure .122 inches thick. I have also attached links to some of the connectors that can be used with this wire. For wiring brakes on a trailer, I would not recommend using 12GA wire. Instead I would recommend...
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  • The Curt Brake Controller Harness you referenced, part # C51515, can be used for both the 2008 and 2013 model years of the Chevrolet Silverado since it is a universal-fit harness. For your 2013 Silverado you will want to follow the procedure outlined in the linked article. Please refer to the photo provided which shows the vehicle tow package wiring that can be found under the dash. You will connect these wires to the leads on the Curt harness as per the article, using butt connectors...
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  • How to Wire Electric Trailer Brakes on a Boat Trailer
  • To run the brake lines on the trailer, you don't need the dual cable. I'd recommend using 10 gauge wire, part # 10-1-1 which is sold by the foot. Run the wire from the trailer connector back to the axle, cut the wire and strip the end. Use a butt connector like part # 05732-2. Run a lead to power each brake assembly out of the other side of the butt connector. Use some liquid electrical tape, part # SWC50122 to seal the connection. At each brake assembly, the brake magnet has two leads....
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  • How to Wire a New 4-Way to a Sea Doo Trailer that Has Double Wires
  • Sounds like you need to redo the wiring of the new 4-way completely. Typically, the green wire runs to the right turn/stop circuit, the yellow runs to the left turn/stop circuit, the brown wire runs to the taillights and the white is the ground that runs to the trailer frame. If you have double wires or, "wishbone wires," on your trailer but the new connector only has single wires you will want to either twist the double wires together, or use a butt-end connector to run both of the...
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  • Is a Brake Controller Wiring Adapter Needed For Install on a 2011 Dodge Ram 1500 with Tow Package
  • Yes, you will need the Universal Brake Control Wiring Adapter, Dodge Ram, item # 3021-S, to install the Hopkins Agility Electric Brake Controller, in your 2011 Dodge Ram 1500 Pickup. Hopkins does not offer an adapter for the 2011 Dodge Ram yet, so you will need to eliminate the connector at the back of the Agility and attach the # 3021-S adapter to the like colored wires using two 12-10 Gauge Butt Connectors, item # 05732-2, and two 16-14 Gauge Butt Connectors, item # 05731-5, 5 pack....
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  • Trailer Hitch and Trailer Wiring for 2009 Ford E-350 with Backup Sensors
  • We do indeed have hitches and trailer wiring for your 2009 Ford van that will allow you to retain your backup sensors. TowReady wiring harness # 118551 will plug in at your van taillights without need to cut or splice into the vehicle's wiring. The only other connection required for this powered converter is for its 12V power wire which will run up to the engine compartment for connection to the battery through the included fuse holder - please refer to the linked article for guidance....
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  • The Optronics RV Bunk Light Adapter with Jack # RVC100 hardwires into place using the two supplied pigtail leads and accepts a 1/4-inch phone plug. (This is the same connector type as used on musical instruments like electric guitars, for example.) The wire leads need to be joined to the RV wiring using suitable butt connectors such as # 05732-2. Do not insert the wire leads into the outlet.
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  • Trailer Wiring Repair Kits and Parts
  • If you need to do a temporary wiring repair on your trailer the wire color used does not matter but the wire gauge can matter. The brown and yellow wires on your trailer carry stop/turn and tail light signals and probably were either 16- or 18-gauge. Using solid wire instead of stranded wire is okay, but solid core wire can be harder to work with since it is less flexible and harder to twist together for splicing. Also, solid core wire will typically do less well with vibration since it...
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  • What is American Wire Gauge AWG of Cabling Supplied with Superwinch Terra 35 Winch # SW1135220
  • I checked with my technical contact at Superwinch regarding the American wire gauge (AWG) for the various cables included in their Superwinch Terra 35 winch, part # SW1135220. Each one of these cables - blue, red, yellow and black - is 10-gauge. In case you need some wiring connectors for your custom installation we do offer butt connectors for use with 10-to-12 gauge wiring like this. We offer a pack of 5 Deka Heat Shrink Butt Connectors as part # DW05745-5. A 10-pack is also available,...
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  • Installing Brake Controller in 2009 Chevrolet Silverado
  • The Draw-Tite Activator IV # 5504 will work with a wiring harness adapter like part # 20127, for your 2009 Chevrolet Silverado. This means you will need to splice into the brake controller wiring under the driver's side dash in order to install the brake controller. There will be a bundle of wires tied together with white tape. These are the wires you will to connect your adapter to. You will want to connect the black brake controller adapter wire to the red factory brake controller wire,...
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