[DML] Re: DUMB QUESTION OF THE DAY
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[DML] Re: DUMB QUESTION OF THE DAY



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, mike clemens <rmclemns@...> wrote:
>> 
> The question I have is:  To replace the wire is a
> given, but should I replace it with three 10 gauge
> wires again or can I just use a 4 gauge battery wire
> instead??  It seems really dumb to me to use three
> smaller wires when one bigger one should work just as
> well or better.  Maybe one of you electrical engineers
> could chime in and let me know why it was designed
> this way.
> 
> Mike   TPS    1630

You will be able to do a neater job with the three #10 wires than 
with one #4.....more flexable and crip lugs are smaller.      
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