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amdhunter 06-12-2012 08:26 AM

Replacing stolen power cable
 
Friend of mine bought a brand new Bazooka which he handed off to me (he went with more discreet options) -- and we never noticed it, but the shop that did the installation stole the power cable and wired in 2 connectors and sealed it with black tape. :mad:

Is there any way to purchase this cable from you guys. I am using the sealed tape method also, but I am afraid, even though it's strapped down tight, that it will shift one day and destroy something. :eek:

Is it possible to purchase this cable alone? I assume it's just a red/black power cable?

heavyduty 06-12-2012 10:08 AM

Re: Replacing stolen power cable
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by amdhunter (Post 33643)
Friend of mine bought a brand new Bazooka which he handed off to me (he went with more discreet options) -- and we never noticed it, but the shop that did the installation stole the power cable and wired in 2 connectors and sealed it with black tape. :mad:

Is there any way to purchase this cable from you guys. I am using the sealed tape method also, but I am afraid, even though it's strapped down tight, that it will shift one day and destroy something. :eek:

Is it possible to purchase this cable alone? I assume it's just a red/black power cable?

What model Tube do you have?

amdhunter 06-13-2012 09:00 PM

Re: Replacing stolen power cable
 
Sorry for late reply, I had to look up the model. It's a BTA10250D.

Thanks

heavyduty 06-13-2012 09:18 PM

Re: Replacing stolen power cable
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by amdhunter (Post 33646)
Sorry for late reply, I had to look up the model. It's a BTA10250D.

Thanks

The 250D does not come with a fused power cable, only an in-line fuse holder. You can purchase any 12 or 10 gauge power cable to complete the install. The good thing about this size wire is that you will be able to use crimp connectors that are available at any auto parts store for a secure connection. Either use heat shrink to insulate the connectors or just purchase insulated connectors to do the job.


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