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Old 05-10-2009, 04:41 AM   #1
spoony_prelude
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Anyone have some Amp wire at home they dont need?

Hey guys, so last fall I pulled out the amp wiring from the bimmer and through it in the audi. I'm going to be picking up an new sub/amp/box for the bimmer but dont really want to spend 100 on a kit while I only need like 3 feet of ground cable and maybe 4ft of power cable. anyone have any lying around. Dont really care what gauge it is maybe 4 or 6gauge better. Had 0gauge in it before and its a pain in the ass to find connectors for it. Anyways let me know what you got

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Old 05-10-2009, 10:42 AM   #2
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i will in a bit, i need to get a full roll of power cable, my system is ran the same way it was in my buddy's grandam, but with the power wire going from hood to trunk, now with power in the trunk the amp keeps over heating, and i have a cap, so im going to run a long long cable to try and lose some power thru it...:S

i'll let you know when i do, hopefully soon, and than i'll have a bunch of wire you could come grab.
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