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Primary Wire Heat Shrinkable Tubing - 8 to 2 Gauge - Black - 6" Long - Qty 6

Primary Wire Heat Shrinkable Tubing - 8 to 2 Gauge - Black - 6" Long - Qty 6

Item # DW05402
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Heat-shrink tubing shrinks when you heat it to create a seal around wiring. Can be used to bundle wiring together, create joints or splices, or act as protective insulation for exposed wires. 1-800-940-8924 to order Deka electrical tools part number DW05402 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Deka products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Primary Wire Heat Shrinkable Tubing - 8 to 2 Gauge - Black - 6" Long - Qty 6. Electrical Tools reviews from real customers.
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Deka Electrical Tools - DW05402

  • Wire Protection
  • Heat Shrink Tubing
  • Deka
  • 6 Inch Long
  • Black

Heat-shrink tubing shrinks when you heat it to create a seal around wiring. Can be used to bundle wiring together, create joints or splices, or act as protective insulation for exposed wires.


Features:

  • Heat shrinkable EVA tubing is ideal for general purpose applications
    • Protects against corrosion
    • Reduces strain
    • Prevents abrasion
  • Black color allows you to easily identify negative wire


Specs:

  • Fits 8-gauge to 2-gauge wire
  • Individual tube length: 6"
  • Shrink ratio: 2:1
  • Operating temperature: -67 F to 221 F (-55 C to 105 C)
  • Quantity: 6 tubes
  • 1-Year limited warranty


05402 Deka Primary Wire Heat Shrink Tubing - 8 to 2 Gauge - Black - 6 Inches Long - Qty 6





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Video Transcript for Deka Primary Wire Heat Shrinkable Tubing Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at Deka's Shrinkable Tubing. These are available in either red or black and gauges between 2-8, 8-12, 10-14, or 14-18. You'll want to use heat shrink to cover up any exposed surfaces, especially on power circuits. We've got some here covering up the ends of our ring terminals where we've crimped it onto our battery wires. We also used it here where we connected two wires together using a non-insulated crimp. And you can see we've used it again here on a larger gauges.

You want to make sure that you use the appropriate size for the gauge wire you are working with.It's a shrinkable EDA tubing that is slightly larger than the gauge you're working with when you're using that appropriate size. You slide it over the wire before making your connection. Once you've made your connection you slide the shrink tubing back over the exposed wire and apply a heat source. I recommend using a heat gun. If you need a heat gun you can pick on up here at etrailer.com.

You can see here as the heat source is applied to it the tubing shrinks tightly over our exposed wiring keeping out any moisture and corrosion that may occur. And that completes our look at Deka's Shrinkable Tubing.


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Primary Wire Heat Shrinkable Tubing - 8 to 2 Gauge - Black - 6" Long - Qty 6 - DW05402

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (3 Customer Reviews)

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  • Is Heat Shrink Available for a Replacement 7-Way Molded Trailer Wire Connector?
    I have a solution for you but the 7-Way Molded Trailer Wire Connector, 4' Long item # H20043 does not include heat shrink to cover the spliced area. You will need the Primary Wire Heat Shrinkable Tubing - 8 to 2 Gauge - Black - 6" Long - Qty 6 item # DW05402.
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  • Heat Shrink Tube Recommendation for Use with Hopkins 7-Way # H20042
    Yes, the Primary Wire Heat Shrinkable Tubing # DW05402 would work great with the 7-way harness wiring of the # H20042 if you wanted to seal up the wiring after splicing.
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  • What Connectors To Use When Connecting A 3 Gauge Wire To A 8 To 10 Gauge Wire On A BCDC Charger
    To connect your 8 or 10 gauge wire from the Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger - Dual Input - DC to DC - 12V/24V - 40 Amp Item # 331-BCDC1240D to the 3 gauge wire I recommend using Deka Wire Crimp Connector - 4 Gauge - Qty 1 Item # DW05354. For adding your 8 or 10 gauge wire you want to strip it enough to fold it over before adding it to the crimp connector then add the plug-in connectors on the ends of the 3 gauge wire. I also recommend adding Primary Wire Heat Shrinkable Tubing -...
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  • Correct Ring Terminals For Connecting 6 Gauge Wire To Pollak 2-Pole Connector PK12801
    We sure do! The ring terminal you will need to connect your 6 gauge wire to the 2-Pole Socket Connector # PK12801 is the Spectro Ring Terminal - 6 Gauge - 3/8" Ring ID - Copper - Zinc Plated - Qty 1 # SWC57016Z. Now to crimp this heavy duty ring terminal on you will need a heavy duty crimper. I recommend the Deka Hammer Crimper # DW05410 which will have no issues crimping a terminal this size. Lastly I recommend adding heat shrink # DW05402 to the terminal to protect it from the elements. I...
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  • How to Wire my Fulton Powered Winch on my Trailer
    For a straight connection your can use the Deka Wire Crimp Connector part # DW05354 and double over your 10 gauge wire to make the crimp hold for you. We often do this when joining two sizes together. If it will be connected outside the trailer use heat shrink like the Deka Primary Wire Heat Shrinkable Tubing part # DW05402. If by Quick Connect your mean the Bulldog Winch Quick-Connect Set w/Dust Cover part # BDW20133 type these would work for you.
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  • Is The Mighty Cord Replacement Hardwire RV Plug # A10-P50VP Weatherproof?
    The Mighty Cord Replacement Hardwire RV Plug # A10-P50VP is not weather proof as moisture can still get inside the connector. While some may fill the inside of the connector with Dielectric Grease # 11755 to help prevent moisture from getting into the connector there is a better option. We have the Mighty Cord Replacement Pigtail # A10-50PMVP which does have the sealed connector head. This will make it much easier to seal the wiring at the splice using Heat Shrink # DW05402. As far as...
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  • How To Charge Camper Battery From Vehicle Battery While Being Towed
    To charge your battery on your camper properly while towing I recommend the Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger - Dual Input - DC to DC - 12V/24V - 25 Amp Item # 331-BCDC1225D combined with Jumper Cables with Blue Quick Connect - 28' Long Item # 3375601026. Because the BCDC system requires a minimum of 4 guage wire, the clamp connectors on the cables can be removed. Installing the BCDC Charger allows your vehicle to fully charge your trailer battery without draining the vehicle battery,...
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    Yes, the The Manager30 Battery Management System with Lithium Profile # RED88FR takes place of the solar controller for your current solar panel system. Solar panel controllers are used to help manage the power coming in from the panels and since The Manager30 does the same thing it actually can't be installed with a solar panel controller. The Manager30 is definitely an upgrade though as it pulls power from the solar panels and your vehicle start batter (via the alternator). It prioritizes...
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