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Thank you for using our online ordering page. By using online ordering, I spend less time bogged down doing emails so we can build your cables faster. It's a perfect win-win. You get cables faster and cheaper and I don't have to spend time typing...
How to use this page:
Imagine a cable on a table in front of you stretched out from left to right.
The left terminal is what you want us to install on the left end of the cable. The right terminal is what you want on the right end.
Using form below, select what gauge and
color wire you want, the length, the terminal or lug you want on the "left" end,
if you want a cover on that end, which terminal or lug you want on the "right"
end and if you want a cover on that end.
When you are sure you have the cable is defined correctly, click the "Calculate Price" button. The description, price, a text box for special instructions, "Add-to-cart" and the "View-Cart" buttons should appear. Please review the cable description. That is the description we will be building your cable from so make sure it is correct.
If you want to add and special instruction type them into the text box.
If it looks good, click the "Add-To-Cart" button. A PayPal Shopping Cart windoe should open.
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To check out click the "View-Cart" button. You can change the quantity in the PayPal cart if you want to.
If you want additional cables, just fill the form out again with new measurements and repeat the process...
Terminal and lug prices include labor and heavy wall heat shrink. Prices shown on the drop down menus are for 2/0 cables. Prices for 4 gauge and 2 gauge terminals, heat shrink and labor are less than shown in the menu; 3/0 and 4/0 are more. The price is adjusted for this when the cable price is calculated. The prices for the auxiliary wire ends are based on 4 gauge; 6 and 8 are less expensive. There is an extra $2 for aux cable labor that is not shown in the menus.
Shipping is based on the order total and added on at the last step by PayPal. Small orders (under a pound) are about 5 bucks for USPS priority mail, larger orders are $12 to $14.
A few folks have ordered custom made cables then realized the cables were too short. Sorry, no one makes a cable stretcher. Because these are custom made-to-order cables we can not give full credit for returns. Please be sure of what you want before you order it. It will save us both time, money, energy and headache.
SGT is standard battery cables rated at 80
Please note that not all ends are available for all wire
sizes. For example 5/16 inch 90 degree ends are not available in 1/0 gauge and
larger. If you define a cable that we can not build
I will refund your money and suggest an alternative.
We normally spec our cable length tolerances as -0 to +2 inches from center of hole to center of hole (or end of wire). In other words, the cable won't be short but it might be up to 2 inches longer than ordered. Generally, we make them a little long. (Better to be a little long that too short, right?) Making them a little long makes it easier on us since we don't have to work as hard to get the cable perfect. However, sometimes, in special circumstances, (usually on short cables), this makes the cables longer than desirable. For example, if you only have room for an 6 inch cable, an 8 inch cable might not fit. If you need the cable to have a tighter tolerance ( ie +/- 1/2 inch) please make a note of it in the "Special Instructions" box that will appear after you calculate the price. Say something like "Build as close to requested length as possible." or "use short cable tolerances". Please don't ask for this on long cables. (Hey, I just don't think an extra inch is really going to mess up an 8 foot long cable.)