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hot dip galvanized high tensile steel strand wire
Construction: 1x7
Lay direction: RHRL, LHRL
Size: 5mm, 6mm, 8mm

Raw material

quality carbon steel , 60# , 65#, 70#, 72A, 82B

Standard

ISO, DIN,  ASTM, GB, etc.

Construction

1X7, 1X19, 6X7, 7X7, 6X19, 7X19, 6X37, 7X37, 6X25, etc

Range of products

(Galvanized, Ungalvanized, coated PVC /PE )steel wire rope

Hot dip galvanized steel wire rope, etc

Diameter

2mm - 44mm

Packing

plastic spool, wood reel,  coils,  bag, etc

Delivery time

35 days


1. Name: hot dip galvanized high tensile steel strand wire

2. Raw material: quality carbon steel , 60# , 65#, 70#, 72A, 82B

3. Standard: ISO, DIN,  ASTM, GB, etc.

4. Construction: 1X7, 1X19, etc.

5. Range of products: (Galvanized, Ungalvanized, coated PVC /PE )steel wire rope, Hot dip galvanized steel wire rope, etc.

6. Diameter: 3mm - 8mm

7. Packing : plastic spool, wood reel,  coils,  bag, etc.

8. Delivery time : 35 days


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Q:Remote wire for car subwoofer?
The remote wire is almost always the blue one. If it is an aftermarket deck that has never had a amp installed, the remote wire shouldn't be connected to anything and should always be blue. If your using a stock headunit it may not even have one, the best thing u can do is connect the remote from your amp to something that will only work after the ignition is turned on, if your not sure wat wire is doing what, to test them simply join both power wires from your deck together (the red and yellow wires), and connect the ground wire (black) to any metal earthed to ur cars body, just touch the joined power wires from your deck to any wires close by with ur ignition turned on until you get power to your headunit, then turn the ignition off if ya lose power to the deck then u can just connect the remote from your amp to that. While checking the wires the worst that can happen is a blown fuse, so just have a spare 10amp fuse or two just in case. I hope that helped ya out. gl.
Q:Cheap Amp wiring kit?
NO, you need to buy thicker wire because electricity follows the path of least resistance which means if one of the wires is 1/8 of an inch longer than the other, that is the wire the most electricity will flow through, as far as the speaker wire it wont make a difference unless it is thicker than what you already have installed (its very hard to tell the difference in sound quality even with very high quality speakers
Q:Is this a good wire for subs?
8g might be a little overkill. A 10g 2 conductor wire should be sufficient for nearly any application. Here's a link with more than anyone ever needs to know about speaker wire:
Q:I have a question about insulating wires?
If you are asking if you can electrically make cold like you can electrically make heat, you cannot, physics just doesn't allow it. Any device that is known to make cold does it by forcing the heat to go elsewhere, either by air or plumbing. If you mean you want to keep something at temperature, you need thermal insulation.
Q:Jeep Wiring harness question?
Doug is spot on, but missing one thing that im going to add in real quick. The wiring harness makes things simper because it is color coordinated with the aftermarket wire radios. Some chrystler/dodge/jeep come with an existing amplifier that must be bypassed in order to have sound come through the speakers. Lucky this bypass is easy as connecting a wire. (quick note, buy only metra install kits- wiring harness and dash kit) On the wiring harness there will be a blue wire (not to get confused with the blue wire from the radio) coming off of it. This needs to be hooked up with the red wires, or the blue wire from the radio's wiring harness which is the amp remote wire. This bypasses the amp.
Q:Home Theater Speaker Wire?
Speaker wire is a big subject that prompts some very heated debates amongst the serious enthusiast crowd. Using CAT5 as speaker cable is typically prompted by way of either one of two ideas: Saving money, or improving performance. I will see the point in saving money in comparison with say hi-Fi speaker cables at $5/ft, however there are flawlessly good OFC copper cables of decent gauge such as seventy nine strand that clearly work out simply as low priced. The opposite drawback with fee saving is that not all CAT5e is created equal. Plenty of the finances stuff from China is copper clad aluminium as an alternative than pure copper. You would not ever choose to run your speakers with aluminium cable, so why take the threat if making use of CAT5e? Efficiency is some thing exclusive. That's very subjective. The reasoning why CAT5e is based on the excessive frequency efficiency of the cable. However in hi-fi world we need current delivery greater than excessive frequency extension. My own view is that CAT5e sounds distinctive adequate to - purchase not necessarily better than - normal OFC 79 strand for many listeners to listen to the trade fairly without problems. Treble and to a lesser measure the bass gets accentuated at the rate of midrange. It's a bit like hitting the Loudness button. The sound has a bit of extra presence at the expense of naturalness. Individually I believe the advantages are doubtful and now not worth the effort. Get a tight gauge OFC that's satisfactory and bendy alternatively than some plaited network cable.
Q:99 4 runner a/f sensor wiring diagram?
Why do u want to know what wires go to the sensor? If you have a code for the a/f sensor..99 % of the time it is an open in the sensor itself. On rare occasion there are others like a chewed wire by a rodent. But I would just recommend replacing the a/f sensor. And i u were to follow the wires from the male connector they would lead you to a big wire harness that basically just all ends up at the ECU. Just in case u wanted to know.
Q:Stereo Memory Wire Problems?
When wiring the Red and Yellow together, the radio will have constant power to it at all times. Try to rewire it so they aren't wired together so it doesn't keep on at all times, and as far as the memory issue, I suggest calling Pioneer, there could be a problem with the actual head unit.
Q:wiring harness engine swap?
Yes.. As long as its an OBD0 to OBD0, OBD1 to OBD1, OBD2 to OBD2 and if it Vtec or non Vtec. If you try to swap an OBD1 to OBD2 don't work, and vise versa, If both are OBD2 and are both Vtec. yea it will work, you'll just have a couple of wire left if you use the harness from a 1.8 Vtec.
Q:Shed/ Outdoor Wiring Problem?
the rest of your light fixtures maybe wired through a switch. you would have to hook your extension cord to the switch but you also need to connect the common neutrals and grounds to the cord as well.

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