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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.






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

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (56 Customer Reviews)


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Product arrived as promised and everything works great. The staff at etrailer I worked with was fantastic. Thanks, Brian 343010



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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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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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Haven't used the wire and pigtail yet but the quality looks very good and I received the items in couple of days. 406028



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Very happy with the wiring. Works well, easy install. less memory then I expected. Nice having power from my tow vehicle to my trailer. 402375



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Good price, and just what I needed for carrying the heavier loads needed for charging the trailers on board battery, and running the refrigerator/freezer. 385796



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I have yet to use this product. Examining the product indicates that it is what I needed. The service of Emily was first rate. The delivery of my product exceeded my expectations-delivered in less than 24 hours. 385305



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It's wire.... 384263



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Complete package was new and is perfect for my trailer 380194


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