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I needed a wiring kit to power my amps that I am getting. I had been talking to Tony for a week or two and he was a huge help with getting it figured out what I needed based on the setup I'm going to run. I am very pleased with the quality of his products and will be purchasing from him again! I didn't really have a clue what I needed as far as wiring and didn't want to go with a regular kit for this reason. He guided me through the process via email, responding multiple times a day, and we got it figured out. I ordered the kit last Friday, and received it in the mail on Monday; he has great turnaround time and fast service. Nobody beats CE Auto Electric Supply as far as quality and knowledge goes!

Here is the custom kit he put together for me:

20 feet 4 gauge power cable w/ ring terminal installed

2, 3 foot 8 gauge power leads w/ ring terminals installed

2, 4 foot 8 gauge ground leads w/ ring terminals installed

4 feet split wire loom

1 rockford maxi fuse holder

1 fused distribution block

80 amp, and 2 30 amp fuses

1 wire grommet

On to the pics!

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Thanks a bunch!

I HIGHLY recommend purchasing your electrical equipment from him! :good:

He already knows that I will be ordering again here shortly

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If you dont mind me asking how much did you pay for your custom kit.

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I think theyre pretty neat. When the water runs down your crack as you let one out... its like shitting in a crockpot.
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  • 3 weeks later...

Finally got around to getting it installed! haha here are some pics:

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Note: there isn't a fuse in the fuse holder yet because I'm still waiting for my amp in the mail.

If I had to do it again the only thing I would change is getting about 6in more of the wire loom. haha no big deal, it isn't close to anything.

Was a nice easy insall (as far as installing large gauge wire goes) and went in pretty quick!

Thanks again!!

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Hey thats a good price....would cut alot time off your install having the wire cut and terminated before you got it. Nice.

MY BUILD *****http://tinyurl.com/gmcbuild*****

Vehicles

2005 GMC Canyon

CB1000r - Currently where any future funds are going. (exhasut,bazzaz, ohlins shock, screen, etc.)

crf250r - Used to be race bike..now I just trail ride..practice at the track on it.

CH80 - Daily beater (when nice weather)best 150$ ever spent. 100+mpg

Sold to:

Skullz - pstone11 - Leo1103 - Volvo 63' - pavelpardo - imnew59585

Shower farts still piss me off.

I think theyre pretty neat. When the water runs down your crack as you let one out... its like shitting in a crockpot.
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Nice looking work Matt. I'm glad the kit worked out so well for you.

SMD Members, feel free to tell me EXACTLY what you need - IE:

- I need a 5 foot length of 2 AWG Red with a positive top post battery clamp on one end and a 3/8" eyelet on the other . . .

- etc.

I make up custom cables and cable kits all the time for the various local shops that I work with. I'll build it to your specification!

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Nice looking work Matt. I'm glad the kit worked out so well for you.

SMD Members, feel free to tell me EXACTLY what you need - IE:

- I need a 5 foot length of 2 AWG Red with a positive top post battery clamp on one end and a 3/8" eyelet on the other . . .

- etc.

I make up custom cables and cable kits all the time for the various local shops that I work with. I'll build it to your specification!

Top notch assembly.

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Nice looking work Matt. I'm glad the kit worked out so well for you. SMD Members, feel free to tell me EXACTLY what you need - IE: - I need a 5 foot length of 2 AWG Red with a positive top post battery clamp on one end and a 3/8" eyelet on the other . . . - etc. I make up custom cables and cable kits all the time for the various local shops that I work with. I'll build it to your specification!

Are the eyelets/terminations crimped or soldered. Not that it matters much to me just wondering.

MY BUILD *****http://tinyurl.com/gmcbuild*****

Vehicles

2005 GMC Canyon

CB1000r - Currently where any future funds are going. (exhasut,bazzaz, ohlins shock, screen, etc.)

crf250r - Used to be race bike..now I just trail ride..practice at the track on it.

CH80 - Daily beater (when nice weather)best 150$ ever spent. 100+mpg

Sold to:

Skullz - pstone11 - Leo1103 - Volvo 63' - pavelpardo - imnew59585

Shower farts still piss me off.

I think theyre pretty neat. When the water runs down your crack as you let one out... its like shitting in a crockpot.
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