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Kimbluth 14 Gauge Duplex Marine Wire Tinned Copper Boat Cable, 3

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Kimbluth 14 Gauge Duplex Marine Wire Tinned Copper Boat Cable, 3

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Marine wireMarine wire
10 AWG Wire10 AWG Wire
10/3 wire 14/3 wire 10/2 wire 12/2 wire 14/2 wire 16/2 wire
10/3 Marine wire 14/3 Marine wire 10/2 Marine wire 12/2 Marine wire 14/2 Marine wire 16/2 Marine wire
Wire Gauge 10 AWG 14 AWG 10 AWG 12 AWG 14 AWG 16 AWG
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Kimbluth 14 Gauge Duplex Marine Wire Tinned Copper Boat Cable, 3

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