Dedenbear SC4 Details
Coiled Switch Cords
The 4 wire heavy duty stretch cord from Dedenbear is the solution to running multiple buttons on your steering wheel. It has two 14 gauge and two 18 gauge leads for running up to 3 different switches on the wheel. It has a tough, black outer sheath that will last for years. The cord will stretch to well over 10 feet!
The Dedenbear Coiled Switch Cords make it easy to wire line locks, nitrous and trans brake switches. Enables the mounting of switches on the steering wheel, shifter, or just about anywhere. The vinyl outer jacket looks good and keeps wires protected from cuts and abrasion.
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Could you please tell me what is the diameter of the cord? Not the spiral coil, but the cord (cable) itself. It is critically important to know since I have a particular connectors to apply at the ends of the cord. The connectors are small. Thank you.
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