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On 5/23/2020 at 1:11 PM, Joshdashef said:

6$ a foot for 1/0 ofc??


Meets or exceeds full AWG (American Wire Gauge) specifications.
Is made of Pure OFC (Oxygen Free Copper) and tinned for corrosion resistance.
Has a soft, flexible 600V PVC oil resistant jacket.
Is dry rated for between -40 to 105 deg C, wet rated for up to 75 deg C.
Is BC-5W2 Marine Compliant.




Be sure you're comparing apples to apples when shopping for cable sir.  Just the tinning adds 8% to the raw material cost.

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15 minutes ago, ToNasty said:

Its good stuff 

I’m sure it is, but just too much when adhesive lined heat shrink would be more cost effective. 

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48 minutes ago, AaronT said:

New concepts is above wire standard (2mm under 2/0 welding) and Tinned at 3.50 a foot.



Last thing I want to do is start a versus thread. Just blown away at seeing that price per foot honestly. Its got all the bells and whistles, but justly expensive. I look at it from the average persons wallet perspective compared to complete SPL builds >10k. To each there own. 

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