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Bargman Wiring - Trailer Connectors - 54-67-525 Review

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Review of Bargman Wiring 54-67-525


Today we're going to be taking a look at part number 54-67-525. This is the Bargman 7-Pull round connector. It's going to come with all the necessary items for a complete installation. This is a replacement 7-way RV style molded plastic trailer end plug. It's going to feature self cleaning contacts in the plug head. These are designed to prevent water damage and to keep out any dirt from the connections.

You're going toJ have the molded on cable that's designed to protect the wiring from water and debris. It's also going to feature closed terminals as well as closed wires. This is going to provide resistance to weather damage and any type of corrosion. It's going to have the finger tabs right here on there connector. That's going to allow for easy connecting and disconnecting. It's going to come with all the necessary butt connectors that you need.

That way, you can easily connect this to the wiring for your particular application and get that installed very quickly and easily. It's also going to come with a heat shrink tube. This is going to provide protection to the butt connectors from any type of water damage and abrasions. As you heat this with a heat gun or a hair dryer, it's going to conform around the connection points or any exposed wiring. It's just ultimately going to protect those from any type of damage from the elements. This unit is compatible with thermoplastic or metal 7-way vehicle end connectors.

The cable length, it's going to measure from end to end. Take that measurement for you real quick. We're looking at just over 12 inches, so just a little over a foot. About 12 and a half to 12 and 3 quarters of and inch from end to end. You can see on this end you're going to have the exposed wiring.

Now, when you connect your butt connectors, these are designed just to go over the wire ends but you need to go ahead and splice these or cut these back a little bit. Strip back that casing so it can expose just the raw wire. You shouldn't need more than just like a quarter of an inch or a half an inch of the wire exposed in order to get it in the butt connector. Once you have your wires in each end of the butt connector, they're going to bond right here in the middle, and you want to secure that simply by crimping that middle section down. That's going to connect your 2 connections. We're going to have just over a foot of cable length. When it comes to the wiring configuration, yellow wire is going to be for our center auxiliary, green is for our tail and license lights, brown is for right turn and stop lights, blue is for our electric brake, black is our battery charge, red is our left turn and stop lights, and the white is going to be our ground wire. When it comes to the wire gauge, the black and white wire is going to be a gauge 10, blue wire is going to be a gauge 12, and then the brown, red, green, and yellow wires are going to be gauge 14. It's going to include different size butt connectors to accommodate the different size wiring. That's going to do it for today's review of part number 54-67-525.


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