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Deka Jacketed 2 Wire, 10 Gauge, Brake Wire - per Foot

Deka Jacketed 2 Wire, 10 Gauge, Brake Wire - per Foot

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This combination of 2 heavy-duty 10-gauge wires, jacketed individually and then together, is perfect for installing a trailer brake controller on a vehicle. Sold per foot. Great Prices for the best wiring from Deka. Deka Jacketed 2 Wire, 10 Gauge, Brake Wire - per Foot part number 10-2-1 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Deka Wiring - 10-2-1

  • Wire
  • Jacketed Wire
  • 2 Wire
  • 10 Gauge
  • Deka

This combination of 2 heavy-duty 10-gauge wires, jacketed individually and then together, is perfect for installing a trailer brake controller on a vehicle. Sold per foot.


Features:

  • 10-Gauge Duplex brake wire made with two plastic insulated primary wires laid parallel
    • Wires are covered with a high-quality plastic jacket that protects the insulated conductors
  • Conductors color coded for easy identification
  • Meets SAE J1128 specifications up to 50 volts
  • Insulation is rated to 105 degrees Celsius
  • Sold per foot


One wire is connected to the brake controller, which carries the power back for the trailer brakes, while the other is connected directly to the vehicle battery for an auxiliary power supply pin in the trailer connector.


Having both wires in the same jacket makes running them from the back to the front of the vehicle quick and easy.



Deka Jacketed 2 Wire, 10 Gauge, Brake Wire - per Foot





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Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Deka Wiring 10-2-1 Review

Today we're going to take a look at the Decca jacketed 2 wire 10 gauge brake wire and this is sold per foot. I have a sample here, this is just to show you that this combination of the 2 heavy duty 10 gauge wires. They're jacketed individually and then all together. It's perfect for when installing a trailer brake controller on your vehicle. The 10 gauge duplex brake wire made with the 2 plastic insulated primary wires are laid parallel and the wires are covered with this high quality plastic jacket that protects the insulated conductors. The conductors are color coded for easy identification.

You can see a white and a black. This does meet all the SAEJ1128 specifications up to 50 volts and the insulation is rated to 105 degrees Celsius. Basically what this is used for is one wire is connected to your brake controller which carries the power back from the trailer brakes while the other is connected directly to the vehicle battery for an auxiliary power supply pin in the trailer connector. What's nice is having both of these wires in the same jacket. It makes running them from the back to the front of the vehicle very quick and easy.

That should do it for the review of the Decca jacketed 2 wire 10 gauge brake wire and this is sold per foot.

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Deka Jacketed 2 Wire, 10 Gauge, Brake Wire - per Foot - 10-2-1

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (301 Customer Reviews)

This combination of 2 heavy-duty 10-gauge wires, jacketed individually and then together, is perfect for installing a trailer brake controller on a vehicle. Sold per foot.

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As with past orders on etrailer I received nothing but superb service, advice and recommendations for this project; replacement and upgrade to automatic self adjusting brakes on a two axle travel trailer. Parts were top of the line and installed flawlessly. Highly recommend etrailer once again.



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It’s just like the wiring in your house. Very thick and abrasion resistant insulation. Ran it from my 7 pole plug through the frame to the front of my truck behind the front drivers side wheel well.



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I think E trailer is the only place to get this. Perfect for trailer wiring and brake controller feeds.



by: 11/21/2023

In the video it said get the 10' of this wire. My fault, I didn't notice when I bought it that it was by the foot. It shows a roll so I never put two and two together. So I received a 2'section which is completely worthless.



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I was looking for two 10 gauge jacketed wires that could also be easily separated. Most of what I found were wires molded into the jacket which would make it very hard to strip and separate them where needed. etrailer is one of the very few places able to supply such wire.



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I purchased this cabling to replace existing trailer brake wiring that had failed due to a short circuit. It is heavy duty by sill easy to work with. I would certainly order it again if I have a need. As always etrailer.com provides excellent products and customer service.



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Great product! I was able to complete my electric brake controller installation with ease!!! Great instructional video.



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Good quality wire, works well and easy to use.

Sid

10/26/2023

Still working well, no issues, seems to be very high quality.



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Heavy duty wire that will last the truc k!!!



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Great for trickle charging my trailer winch battery



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Great place to buy trailer supplies!



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Products I received were fine. The shipping was very quick, and arrived quickly. Where etrailer really shined was in their contact help. My email was answered quickly, with alternate suggestions (which were both a closer match and cheaper alternative to my pick) and clearly explained by my online contact. They were a very big help.

I'm a repeat customer of etrailer, and never had an issue. Good people there, period.



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Wiring has been good I would recommend it. When I order 33ft however, I received 30 foot roll and another 3 foot piece, not a continuous roll of 33ft. Disappointing.



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Good gauge of wire and well insulated would buy again



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I had a great experience. Got the product with no problems.



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These things are major time-savers! Bolt the whole assembly on, wire it up, and go! Can't beat the price either - would cost quite a bit more buying the parts individually. Made a huge difference in stopping power on my 18' Dively car hauler, 9990 GVWR. The brakes were 6 years old at the time, and had tens of thousands of miles on them - abusive miles too, with shoes seizing and dragging, electrical failures causing some to work 3x as hard as others, stop and go MA traffic, etc.

While I was at it, I also grabbed 30' of Deka jacketed 2-wire 10 gauge brake wiring, and redid the whole system from the plug back. I also removed the drums, had them turned at a local garage, and installed brand new bearings, races, & seals. The improvement in stopping power was nothing short of amazing.

I went from having my Tekonsha P3 on boost level 3 at 11 volts +, trailer UNLOADED, to running boost level 1 at 6 volts with 4,000 lbs. on the 2k lb. trailer! BIG difference in stopping power!

Smitty S.

11/5/2017

Seems my brake backing plate installation review got posted under the Deka wire ... but anyway ... the wire is working great a year later. Gone roughly 2k miles with several hundred miles in corrosive road salt. I ran the wire through washers I welded to the inside of the frame. Holding up well with the constant abrasion on our endlessly potholed roads here in Massachusetts. Well worth the price - brakes have been working perfect ever since!



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My tow vehicle does not have factory connections for trailer wiring. Used this cable for trailer brakes and auxillary power. This cable is just what I needed to run from rear to front of my vehicle on the underside. The sheathing protects the wire from the elements. The shipping was quick.

Richard

12/26/2014

After one year of use, no problems what so ever.



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Hello, this is my second order from the guys at etrailer.com, and let me tell you they ship SUPER FAST, and the constantly keep communicating about your order. These guys don't play around, hats off to y'all. This product worked out great, i did have to cut about 1/3 of the 10ga wire though to get it to fit in my Bargman 7-way. But at least i wont get a current drop though. Very nice insulation jacket too. (Not the hard plastic crap) thanks again guys for great customer service

Michael F.

4/1/2015

Great product!



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This item was recommended to use with electric brakes. Made sense. When arrived, I found that the wire was to large to fit in the axle tubes and trailer conduit. Recommend that you check to make sure it fits before buying. The product is high quality, and would work great for the application if it fit.

Patrick P.

10/11/2017

Everything has worked flawless



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It’s wire, worked like it should for the project I had.



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etrailer products and service are excellent! With their helpful videos and staff (plus a little help from Curt Manufacturing and our teardrop trailer manufacturer (CampInn)) I was able to install electric brakes on the trailer, and a controller in my vehicle by myself. I had never installed electric brakes before. Everything works perfectly!



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Haven't installed yet, but I'll assume no breaks in The Wire. The wire is high quality and insulation will resist abrasion. If you're hooking up to battery power, do yourself a favor and don't forget to order the appropriate circuit breaker.

Mike H.

10/16/2017

Worked as advertised, and still working



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Amazing and professional service! I had to keep myself from completing the job too fast and rushing through steps. Attention to details is a must when working with electrical systems and with some patience I was happy to say I completed a successful job. I will be a repeat customer!

Randy

6/5/2020

As a military member, I am moving again after only a year and I hooked up my trailer to my truck and all of the components worked! I am very pleased with this product.



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I love dealing with Etrailer...Excellent customer service....I ordered the Teconsha prodigy p3 brake controller, the universal installation kit for the brake controller...received it promptly...Instructions could not have been any simpler...Installed it on my 2004 winnebago Itasca motorhome and it works perfectly...I have ordered from you all in the past and just placed another order today...You all are on the ball...Thanks Etrailer!!



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This wire has a great insulation covering that covers both wires in addition to the individual insulation of each wire. I am not actually using this on a trailer, but using it for the power connection on a box that I am building to test trailer wiring, lights and the trailer brakes. I wanted a 2 conductor 10 gauge wire and thought that with the heavy outer insulation, it would help protect the wire from damage with repeated coiling and uncoiling the wire for connecting to a 12 volt battery.


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