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Rewiring - February 21, 2016, 11:56 AM

Anybody know a good source for getting color coded wire? I've seen a few places offering 100ft spools per color, but I'm not trying to get that much.


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What size? Hobby/low voltage stuff or 12/14+ gauge?


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18ga for most of it with some 14 for main power lines. My biggest concern is I dont know what jacket I need to get that will stand up to being on a bike and not break apart over time.


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Stop by your local Ace Hardware. They usually have it available by the foot but you may want to call in advance to make sure they have what you need, not all stores carry the same inventory.


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Usually I go to Mouser, but im going to try this place: Deka Primary Wire, Stranded 18 Gauge Single Conductor Copper, 105 Deg. C (221 Deg. F) | Rally Lights


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