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12 Gauge Black Primary Wire - per foot

12 Gauge Black Primary Wire - per foot

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Deka Accessories and Parts - 12-1-1

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Standard copper primary wire is widely used in the trailer and automotive industry for original equipment and replacement wiring.


Features:

  • This 12-gauge black 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


Specs:

  • Maximum power rating: 50 volts
  • Temperature rating: 176 degrees Fahrenheit


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Video Transcript for Deka 12 Gauge Black Primary Wire Review

Today we're going to review and install the Deka 12-gauge black primary wire, part number 12-1-1. It meets the SAE J 1128 specification, has a nice thermal plastic cover, and inside are copper leads. Here we can see the nice copper strands. They're good and durable, don't break easily. After I strap back, they can be twisted together, then routed or connected as needed. Our 12-gauge wire can handle up to 50 volts and has a max temperature of 176 degrees Fahrenheit.

It has many uses. Some typical uses will be wiring on trailers, general connections or wiring repairs. Now for this application we're going to add some 12-gauge wire, slide it into the butt connector, crimp it down. We're going to go ahead and wrap it up with some black electrical tape to help keep it clean from dirt, dust, debris, and moisture. That will do it for the review and install of the Deka 12-gauge black primary wire, part number 12-1-1.


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12 Gauge Black Primary Wire - per foot - 12-1-1

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (8 Customer Reviews)

Standard copper primary wire is widely used in the trailer and automotive industry for original equipment and replacement wiring.

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I have made three recent purchases from etrailer, including marker lights, wire, interior/exterior lights. I am amazing at the great service (speedy delivery, quick answer to questions, and follow-up) and high quality products. I am impressed with this company. 431838



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Followed the instructions from the Prodigy 3 kit & etrailer's web site, every thing is working great. 383210



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Product arrived as promised and everything works great. The staff at etrailer I worked with was fantastic. Thanks, Brian 343009



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All the products I have received is exactly as they are described and I have always got great support when I had questions. I am a DIY guy and have always got very understandable answers. 302008



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Perfect size for my job. 278681



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Nice to have enough wire to do the job right... 252288


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Karl - 05/28/2017

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shipped really fast exactly what I was looking for at a great price. 174732



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Use this wire to save on costs by running it down the left side of the trailer to connect my blinkers and running lights. 61474


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