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Unread 05-01-2018, 09:54 PM   #1
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Can anyone tell me what gauge cable comes standard with this kit? I think it’s 6awg.

If that is the case, doesn’t that seem too lightweight for running 21ft of cable? I would have thought more like 2-4AWG.

If anyone has upgraded their NL Portable Power Pack cable, can you tell me which Anderson connector you used, because all the grey and blue ones I have found for 2-4AWG wire are too large to plug into the power pack.

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For that distance I would probably stick with the 4AWG and figure out a way to reduce it to fit the kit connecter. The bigger wire is just to minimize voltage drop when pulling higher amps, the standard kit seems to be fitted with a smaller wire that is sufficient in their calculations for the high current draw, so a small reduction at a single point in the line won't hurt.
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