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Re: Splicing 4/0 feeder

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dr sportster

07-01-2013 11:52:35

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Once you do that you may need a short run of wire and double the amount of kits to repair if you don't have enough wire to make the connection. Someone said this already below but think about that before you go to the supply house. Tight wraps in super 33 will help seal up the whole deal . Put 1/2 stretch into your tapes.Meaning 3/4 tape stretch to 3/8 when wrapping splices.

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David G

07-01-2013 17:15:56

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 Re: Splicing 4/0 feeder in reply to dr sportster, 07-01-2013 11:52:35  
Super 33 is a huge mistake, get the right stuff.

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dr sportster

07-02-2013 06:17:03

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 Re: Splicing 4/0 feeder in reply to David G, 07-01-2013 17:15:56  
Super 33 he would use to top off and seal the splice repair kits. The best product would have a mastic that oozes out of the shrink when heated. when you see the melted goop come out the ends you know water can't get in there.

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David G

07-02-2013 07:56:05

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 Re: Splicing 4/0 feeder in reply to dr sportster, 07-02-2013 06:17:03  
Yup, agree, oozy stuff must make the seal, 33 to protect from dirt.

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