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Deka 12-10 Gauge Nylon Butt Connector

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12-10 Gauge Butt Connector - 05732-2

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (21 Customer Reviews)


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Good quality connector. However recommend using connectors that heat shrink for trailer applications



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These worked great for what I needed, ad so far its been a year and everything is still holding.
What is the best part was that etrailer was great on the phone, provided great customer service when ordering and even checked back in a year later to be sure the product was still working. Fantastic service!



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I recently ordered two self adjusting brakes and wire. Through error on my part I ordered the wrong butt connectors. That's okay when I place my next order I will order the correct ones. The brakes were easy to install thanks to all the videos e trailer provides. I will be placing more orders before my 1965 Serro Scotty is completed.



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I really like this brake controller, It was easy to install and the light display lets you know how much your brake is working. The only problem I came across was that I had to order a special wire adaptor which they don't tell you when you place your order.



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The Tow Ready Wiring Adapter for Electric Brake Controllers - Nissan - 20266 and the 12-10 Gauge Butt Connector - 05732-2 were a perfect fit for the prewired harness on the 2013 Nissan Xterra S.
Thank you



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I'm installing brakes on a little 13' Scamp that didn't originally have them. With the help of very descriptive information on your website, plus videos, etc., I was able to determine exactly what I needed to do the job.
Ordering was painless. Shipping was free due to the amount spent, & the shipment arrived well packed , right on schedule, & it was filled exactly as ordered.
All parts were of top quality. The brakes & drums were Dexter as described & a perfect match for my existing axle.
Thank you etrailer.com. This was my 1st order but it won't be my last.



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a year later and I'm still very happy with my purchase!



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I ordered several components to repair a damaged trailer connection. Very quick delivery...great email notification of order status...all products as advertised. I'll be back to eTrailer.com whenever I need trailer parts.



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Not a water tight butt connector. Wouldn't use these!


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While we dont have butt connectors designed to be water tight, we do have heat-shrink butt connectors like part # DW05744-5
Deka Heat Shrink Butt Connector - 16-14 Gauge - Nylon Insulation - Blue - Qty 5
$7.67
as well as primary wire heat shrink tubing # DW05451
Primary Wire Heat-Shrinkable Tubing - 18-14 Gauge - Black - 1/8" Shrink Diameter - 6" Long
$8.58
. The heat shrink design is intended to help keep as much water as possible out of the wiring connection.
-- Etrailer Expert Victoria B - 10/28/2019

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Boy, I got my products, all well packed, the day before the three day shipping I was expecting. And a follow-up email with links to the details and instructions that I knew I would be going back to. Thanks George. Now, if you could do something about the rain . . . . .



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Great service! Love using etrailer.com and will continue to do so.



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Good fit. Worked as intended.



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Work great and good quality



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Good quality. Good value.



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Good quality.



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great help when called , i look forward to useing them again.



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as advertised. very fast service.



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excellent parts pr. was good thank



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excellent parts pr. was good thank



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