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Primary Wire - 16-Gauge - White - per Foot

Primary Wire - 16-Gauge - White - per Foot

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Copper primary wire can be used for a variety of trailer and automotive applications. This wire meets SAE J1128 specifications for the transportation industry. The general-purpose thermoplastic insulation resists automotive fluids. Lowest Prices for the best wiring from Deka. Primary Wire - 16-Gauge - White - per Foot part number DW02359-1 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Deka Wiring - DW02359-1

  • Wire
  • Single Wire
  • 16 Gauge
  • Deka

Copper primary wire can be used for a variety of trailer and automotive applications. This wire meets SAE J1128 specifications for the transportation industry. The general-purpose thermoplastic insulation resists automotive fluids.


Features:

  • For automotive, agricultural, marine and general use
  • General-purpose thermoplastic insulation resists corrosion from oil, gasoline, grease, acids and solvents


Specs:

  • Insulation rated to 176 F (80 C)
  • Meets SAE J1128 specifications
  • For 50 volts or less
  • Qty: 1'


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Primary Wire - 16-Gauge - White - per Foot - DW02359-1

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (21 Customer Reviews)

Copper primary wire can be used for a variety of trailer and automotive applications. This wire meets SAE J1128 specifications for the transportation industry. The general-purpose thermoplastic insulation resists automotive fluids.

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Although I haven't utilized the products they appear what I ordered. The shipping was free, but took quite awhile to arrive... fortunately the electrical items to wire my trailer were not required in a real timely manner. I am excited to eventually get m;y lights and brakes wired on my custom trailer. I will befurther reviewing the helpful instructions when ready. Should be amazing, am excited.


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Great, no issues at all
Pete W - 06/26/2017


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Shipped in a timely fashion and received . I will forward installation pictures on my ranger trail boat trailer when complete


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All is good and “lit” up for travel
Joe D - 01/31/2021

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My order was correct and arrived in the time frame I expected. The items purchased worked as I hoped they would and I was safely towing my boat within three hours after receiving my order.

Thanks E-trailer



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Product arrived in perfect condition, well packed. It's always easy to deal with Etrailer.com and we have been repeat customers over and over! Product was installed on our 36ft gooseneck hauler and works great so far.



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Great wire for rewiring a trailer and it's available in all the correct colors to match a 7 pin RV plug. Very high quality!!



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just what I needed and couldn't find in the quantity in my area. etrailer.com is great to do business with. order came quickly and all products have arrived as described and pictured.



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It arrived quickly and packaged nicely. Worked exactly for what I needed rewiring the lights on my trailer.



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You guys are great. Thank you for answering my questions and giving sound advice. I was very confident about my purchase after speaking with you. If only other businesses knew the value of good customer relations like you all do, the business world would be a much kinder place!

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It does the job. I used it as a ground and will use it to power a 12V power outlet. Good stuff.



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Fast shipping and great product



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Good product and price.



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Very happy with the quality of this product.



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was exactly what I was needing to rerun the brake wire.



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All looks good and well made.



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It's wire



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Excellent customer service!



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Great price.



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JUST THE RIGHT STUFF A++++++++++


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