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10 Gauge Primary Wire - Blue - per Foot

10 Gauge Primary Wire - Blue - per Foot

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Deka Accessories and Parts - 10-1-1

  • Wiring
  • Wire
  • Deka
  • Single Wire
  • 10 Gauge
  • 1 Wire


  • 10-gauge wire
  • Often used to run brake signal from brake controller to trailer connector on vehicle and from trailer connector to electric brakes on trailer

Standard Copper Primary Wire is widely used in the trailer and automotive industry for original equipment and replacement wiring. The General Purpose Thermo-Plastic (GPT) Insulation is highly resistant to acids, gasoline, oil, grease and most industrial solvents. Meets SAE J1128 Specifications. For use with 50 volts or less, 176 degrees Fahrenheit.






Customer Reviews

10 Gauge Primary Wire - Blue - per Foot - 10-1-1

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (63 Customer Reviews)


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Ordered a pair of Dexter electric brake kits for my trailer. Everything arrived within a few (3) days in good shape. Installed on the trailer, everything works as advertised. I have ordered from etrailer several times over the past few years. Always great service and prices. Customer service and tech assist is especially good with these folks. I would send pictures but the trailer is out working. 146069



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Was larger gauge than I needed but worked just fine. This 10 gauge wire is blue but my stock wiring was about 14 gauge but since the used a circuit breaker to cross connect it was not a problem. 210394



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Exactly as described. Fast shipping and fair pricing. 844164



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The wiring harness set is flawless and the installation went smooth, even for this less than electrically inclined guy. A couple hours or work and I was on the road towing with confidence 830704



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Order accurately filled, (I even called back to add some items). The order even came more quickly than I expected. Quality of the parts appears to be excellent! Thank you! 822685



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Excellent customer service and prompt s hipping. 808524



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Exactly what I ordered. Length was right on. 785373



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Easy to order and arrived in a timely manner. Easy and quick to install great product. 776960



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Just what I needed. 727537



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Good wire. I used in loom but I didn't see a lot of voltage loss. 713371



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all went well 699194



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ettrailer was extremely helpful with adding brakes to my utility trailer. This wire was just one component in the upgrade. Thank you etrailer. I would definitely recommend them. 680565



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the wire works well for my project 680082



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It's been a little over a year since I used this to wire brakes for my trailer and no problem thus far. 658495



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This is my third order this year. Every order on time. Great quality,fair price,love the how to videos . 641879



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I have purchased various items from etrailer and have always been very satisfied with their service and quality 635674



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Great product,price and service! 515725



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Great quality wire, reasonable price, arrived super fast. Better than the super cheap wire you find on [other sites] 458896



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Excellent brake controller. etrailer was prompt in shipping and service outstanding. Would definitely buy from etrailer again. 458276


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This brake controller is working great. Would recommend it Easily adjustable for driving conditions
Gerald - 12/09/2018

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Fast delivery - Ordered on 9/29/17 - Received on 10/4/17 Excellent heavy gauge wire! NOTE for etrailer managers. I am a technical person by nature and speaking only for myself, when I buy and pay for a specific amount of something, I expect to get that amount. I'm not pinching pennies with you here; BUT, I bought 30' of this wire and when I received it, I measured it twice and came up with 29' 9". Most places I've dealt with in the past where I buy wire, angle iron, etc.. would give you a couple of inches or more than you ordered versus a couple of inches shorter than what was ordered. Very stingy in my opinion and not fair to your customers. 440374



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Every item I have ordered from you worked great. The price was right and shipping was speedy. 429020



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It's been a long while since I've ordered anything from etrailer, but, as usual, you folks came through in flying colors. The package was boxed well, shipped on time and the correct products, that's a real plus in today's internet shopping zone. 426468



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Exactly 1 foot. 422339



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Everything is as expected! Top quality and rapid delivery. If You need trailer products this is the place! 418472


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Ask the Experts about this Deka Accessories and Parts

  • Wire Length Needed for Rewiring Old Stock Trailer
    If you have the lights and wiring already and only need additional wiring to make the connections we have the part # 10-1-1 which is 10 gauge wire sold by the foot and # 12-1-1 which is 12 gauge wire sold by the foot. We also have the junction box 7-way kit part # ET7WK that comes with a 7-way plus a junction box to wire it to.
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  • Recommended Parts to Add 7-Way Trailer Wiring to 2018 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
    For your 2018 Toyota Highlander, because you already have the 4-way trailer connector and don't want the brake controller wiring, you simply need to add the Mighty Cord Trailer Connector Adapter # A10-7084VP. Installing this adapter means connecting to your current 4-way and then connecting the white ground wire with the ring terminal to a bare metal connection to the frame or frame mounted panel. Then to add the 12V power, you will use wire # 10-1-1 sold by the foot and connect it...
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  • Easy Options to Keep Trailer Battery Topped Off While being Towed Throughout Day
    Running 10 gauge wire like part # 10-1-1 from the 12 volt accessory pin of your trailer wiring to the battery's positive post is a great way to give it a maintenance charge while you are driving around. It won't charge a dead battery back to life but it will keep a battery topped off that's had moderate use. Or we have roof top RV solar panel kits like part # 34272635 which will give you a way to keep the battery topped off as well as it can provide up to a 100 watt charge. I attached...
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  • How To Bypass Factory 12V Charge Circuit On 2019 Ford F-350 Super Duty
    The last option is to by pass the Ford 12V charge circuit altogether. I recommend to run a 10 Gauge Primary Wire part # 10-1-1 from the 12V circuit on the 7-way to the vehicle's battery via a 40 amp. In-Line Circuit Breaker part # 9510.
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  • 7-Way to Cigarette Lighter Adapter for Powering Air Compressor
    Sounds like your air compressor is drawing more amperage than your adapter is rated for. A better adapter solution would be the part # 118019 which doesn't have the 10 amp restriction like your current adapter. If you check out the review video I attached for this adapter you can see our installer use it to power a similar air compressor as yours.
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  • Recommended Wire Gauge for Wiring Electric Brakes on Trailer
    For your flat bed trailer, I recommend using 12 gauge wire like # 12-1-1 at the minimum, but preferably 10 gauge wire like # 10-1-1. Both of these wires are sold by the foot, so you can order the exact length you are needing. If you were to use a thinner gauge wire than this, the 12V power needed to activate the electric brakes may be enough to overload the wires and cause them to overheat. I have attached an article on adding electric trailer brakes to a trailer that you might also...
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  • Wire Gauge Recommendation for Wiring Up Brake Output Circuit on Trailer
    The heavier gauge the wire the better. We recommend 10 gauge wire like part # 10-1-1 (sold by the foot), for wiring up the brake output circuit. Since the wire is so long it's important to go with a thicker wire to reduce resistance even though the brake magnets use thinner wire. Especially since the wire gets teed off and ran to multiple brake assemblies.
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  • Options for Repairing or Replacing Damaged Electric Drum Brake Magnet Leads
    You may be able to repair/replace the damaged magnet wire from your trailer's electric brake if you can get access to it. You may have to remove the wheel and hub to get access to the magnet wires to allow you to splice in a length of new 10-gauge wire like # 10-1-1 using a butt connector like # 05732-2. Another option is using Liquid Electrical Tape # SWC50122 but new wire is the better long-term fix. Another option is replacing the entire magnet, which will include new wire leads....
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  • Brakes Engage On Grand Design Momentum While Hooked Up To Shore Power
    The shore power circuit for your trailer should not have anything to do with the trailer's brakes as they are on completely different circuits and use an entirely different type of current (AC vs. DC). However, if you have a short on the AC power circuit and the circuit is sending power to the trailer frame/body which is commonly referred to as "Hot Skin" then that could then cause the brakes to engage via the ground wire. Therefore, I recommend you disconnect shore power and see if the...
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  • 7-Way Adapter Recommendation for 2015 Jeep Wrangler for Running Power Wire to Camper
    The adapter you need to convert your 4-way to a 7-way would be the part # 37185. This will give you the taillight signals for your trailer plus the ability to run a power wire for your camper. The black wire of this adapter would need to get run to the positive post of your battery with 10 gauge wire like part # 10-1-1 (sold by the foot) through a circuit breaker like part # 9510.
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  • Parts Needed to Activate 12 Volt Power Circuit of F-150 7-Way
    To install a power line to activate the 12 volt accessory circuit of your trailer wiring 7-way what you'd need is 10 gauge wire like part # 10-1-1, a breaker # 9510, and butt connectors like part # 05732-2.
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  • Solution for 12 Volt Accessory Circuit Not Active on a Truck
    One option you have would be to bypass the factory wiring and run your own 12 volt circuit straight to the battery. You would need 10 gauge wire like part # 10-1-1 sold by the foot and a breaker like part # 9510. You would just run the wire from the 12 volt pin of the 7-way at the rear of the vehicle up to the positive post of the battery through the breaker. This gives you a guaranteed way to activate the circuit and eliminates any guesswork.
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  • Activating 7-Way 12 Volt Accessory Circuit on 2007 Dodge Ram 2500
    Your generation of Dodge Ram has a TIPM that controls the trailer wiring circuit fuses/relays. Your best option is going to be to run 10 gauge wire like part # 10-1-1 (sold by foot) from the positive post of your battery through a breaker like part # 9510 to the pin on your 7-way in the 5:00 position.
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  • Wiring a 12V Auxiliary Battery in Enclosed Trailer to 7-way Connector and Breakaway Battery
    You will want to run the 12V wire from the 7-way trailer connector to the positive terminal on the larger battery. Then you will want to connect the larger battery to the breakaway battery from positive terminal to positive terminal, using 10 gauge wiring, like # 10-1-1. The negative terminal from the breakaway batter will connect to the negative terminal of the larger battery. The larger battery will ground from the negative terminal to the trailer frame. I have attached a diagram of...
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  • How Does Battery Get Added to Trailer for Powering Interior Lights
    Best way would be to run the power wire of your trailer connector to the positive post of a trailer battery and then running the power wire of all of the accessories to the positive post of the battery. That way it's drawing from either source but the battery still gets a maintenance charge when connected to tow vehicle. Basically it's a matter of installing a battery box so that you can securely install a battery and then running the 12 volt acc circuit of your 7-way to the positive...
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  • Installing 12 Volt Power Circuit to 7-Way Trailer Connector on Rear of Tow Vehicle
    Generally, the center pin on a standard 7-way is used for reverse lights on the trailer. However, not all trailers have reverse lights and essentially you can wire the extra pin anyway you'd like. Normally, the pin in the 1 O'clock position when looking into the vehicle side connector is for 12 volt power which would be used to maintain your trailer batteries. If your tow vehicle does not provide any 12 volt power to an existing 7-way connector it could be because there are fuses or...
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  • Troubleshooting Brake Controller with No Brake Power on 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500
    You've done a great job troubleshooting so far. Since you've ruled out the trailer and have replaced the brake controller, the issue has to be somewhere in the truck itself. You will need to sever the blue wire going into the brake controller approximately 6" back from the brake controller to test the output there. If there is a short somewhere on the blue wire, probing the wire without cutting it will not give an accurate reading. The best solution may be to replace the blue electric...
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  • Troubleshooting Voltage Drop to Trailer Brake Assemblies
    I believe you almost solved the problem when you swapped the wiring, but in reality you needed to use 10 gauge wire like part # 10-1-1 (sold by the foot). You are experiencing a voltage drop due to the long distance of wire that's not thick enough. Replacing all of the wiring on the power circuit and the ground circuit will allow the brakes to have the amount of voltage to apply. I'd run all of the ground wires back to to the main ground harness of the trailer wiring as well. It's also...
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  • How to Charge A Trailer Battery When Connected to Tow Vehicle
    What you are going to need to do is install a 7-way on your trailer so that you can run a 12 volt accessory circuit from the connector to a battery like you are interested in doing. You should note that this will only maintain a fully charged battery. For this route you will need a trailer side 7-way # H20042 and a length of 10 gauge wire to run to the battery. For that you would need part # 10-1-1 sold by the foot. If you are looking for something to actually charge the battery on your...
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  • Troubleshooting Burned Trailer Wiring and Trailer Brakes Not Working
    If you ever find some wires that look like they could have been burned or don't look normal then it is always best to replace them. You need to first check your grounds and other wiring to make sure that they are secure and look good. If the wire that activates the brakes on your trailer felt burned then you definitely need to replace it. You can do so using 10 Gauge Wire # 10-1-1 and some Butt Connectors # DW05745-5. Check the connector on your trailer to make sure that it looks...
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  • How To Complete 12 Volt Power Circuit on 2012 Ford F-150 7-Way
    For some reasons a lot of vehicle manufacturers don't complete the 12 volt pin of the 7-way connector. The easiest way to go about doing this is to run a length of 10 gauge wire like part # 10-1-1 (sold by the foot) through a breaker like # 9510 to the positive post of the battery. This allows you to bypass all of the factory wiring issues that you mentioned. Once done the part # PK11896 will be able to install in your 7-way and provide 12 volts.
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  • Do Electric Brakes Need to Share Ground Wire?
    To wire your electric brakes you will want to run 10 gauge wire # 10-1-1 to one of the brakes and run it to the other brake, using butt connectors like # 05732-2 to connect them. The grounds will not be spliced, each brake assembly should have its own ground; please see the accompanying photo which is from our help article on adding electric drum brakes which I have linked for you.
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  • How to Activate Trailer 12V Power Feed on Factory 7-Way in 2016 Silverado
    Some trucks do need an under-the-hood connection of wiring to activate the 12V trailer power feed and the trailer brake controller power input feed. This process is outlined and illustrated in the linked article, in the section titled "Finalizing Connections for the Brake Controller". The ring terminal for the 12-volt power lead for the 7-way trailer connector is located to the left of the power distribution box. It is taped to a wire harness under the power brake booster. Cut the tape...
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  • Installing a Brake Controller on a 2002 GMC 6500
    I do have a solution for you but unfortunately, I don't have information as to the location of the blue brake output signal wire on a 2002 GMC 6500. I called a very popular trailer brake controller manufacturer Tekonsha, and they were also not able to provide this information. Your best option to install a brake controller on the vehicle would be to just run a new wire part # 10-1-1 (per foot) from the brake controller to the 7-way. If the vehicle did not come with a factory 7-way then...
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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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  • Availability of 18/6 Wire in Rubber Cable
    The only 18 gauge wiring we have available is the Deka Bonded 3 Wire # DW02923-1, which is sold by the foot. This 3-wire bonded parallel wire has 16/30 stranding with a maximum voltage of 60V. If you are able to go a bit thicker we do also have the Deka 16/4 Gauge Wire # DW03240-1, which features four 16-gauge wires fully coated in a PVC jacket. This wire is also sold by the foot. I have attached a short video review that you can check out as well.
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  • How Does a Trailer Battery Get Power from Trailer Wiring
    To connect a 7-way to a 12 volt battery all you would need to do is run a length of 10 gauge wire like # 10-1-1 (sold by the foot), from the 12 volt accessory post of the 7-way (the 2:00 position), to the positive terminal of the battery. If you have a trailer jack that uses a 7-way style of connector for attaching to the trailer you could easily cut the wire from that connector and run it straight to the battery.
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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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  • Gauge of Wire for Using as Charge Wire for Trailer Battery
    For charging a trailer battery you want to go with as thick of wire as you can. 10 gauge would be ideal. We sell 10 gauge wire by the foot with part # 10-1-1. Typically a 40 amp breaker like part # 9510 is used.
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  • One Brake is Locking Up On Trailer
    I do have advice, because there are a couple different possibilities if just one brake locks up. One is that the brake needs to be adjusted as it is different than the other side so check that first. The other is that the wiring leading to the brake is crimped, broken, or otherwise damaged, and if so you'll need to replace the wiring or repair with 10 Gauge Wire # 10-1-1 and Deka Heat Shrink Butt Connector - 12-10 Gauge # DW05745-5. It could also be a damaged or faulty brake magnet,...
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