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Originally posted by Zero10
I used a bunch of welding cable to do some stereo installs and wiring upgrades. As far as I can tell, it works wonderfully. But since this thread is going, is there anything wrong with using welding wire?
As long as it's got a high strand count, it's fine. Most of the welding wire I've seen has fairly high strand count. What you want is a wire with strands in it that almost seem as thin as hair. It's the wire that you can easily count how many strands are in it, that you don't want to use.
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