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Old 08-16-2012, 12:55 AM   #1
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Default For Sale - 1 metric crap-ton of electrical stuff!

This thread will get updated. A lot...
In the next week or so I will be posting AB switches, contactors, enclosures, DIN-rail electrical stuff (Mostly fuses and contact blocks), and a few odds and ends.

After 18 months of not brewing anything, I'm back...
I managed to get married, move, and will have a son in 5 weeks!
Seems like the perfect time for me to get back into brewing lol

I'll be building a single-tier 3-pump e-rig here soon, but I realized (with help from my wife) that I have WAY too much crap in the garage. So for your purchasing pleasure, we'll start with the S-cable:

Since it'll inevitably come up, disregarding de-rating for cable length, and generally speaking, ampacity is listed with the price. As stated here

All cable is black unless otherwise stated, is dusty or new at best, and a little beat up if mentioned. Yellow cable is a little dirty, but very serviceable.
All lengths are approximate - I'll measure for real when you purchase

CCI 10-3 SJEOOW - 25' SOLD

$0.75/foot (25 Amp)
Carol 12-3 SOW - Approximately 100'
Coleman YELLOW 12-3 STOOW - 25' (A little dirty)
Coleman YELLOW 12-3 SEOOW - 21' (A little dirty)
Carol 12-4 SOOW - 10', 30'

$0.50/foot (18 Amp)
LAPP KABEL (German) 14-3 - 36'
Tiangle 14-4 YELLOW SOOW-A - 15' (Pretty dirty)

$0.25/foot (13 Amp for 16, 10 Amp for 18)
Carol 16-4 SOOW - 60'
Unknown 18-3 SJTOW - 66'

I'll update lengths as they sell, first PM'd first served. PayPal appreciated.
Shipped flat rate box unless it won't fit. Then actual shipping.

First round of shipping will be Monday 20 August

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Put some duct tape over the gauge - Or better yet - Replace the high pressure gauge with a plug - High pressure gauges are useless!
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CCI 10-3 is SPF

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how much to ship the 25' of 30 Amp to 17225

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Curious what enclosures you have to offer... Any control panel enclosures?

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Yes - The same enclosures I listed about a year ago.
I'm slammed through this weekend, but I'll get the rest of the stuff posted on Monday.

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Thanks!

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CCI 10-3 SJEOOW - 25' Sold/Shipped

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