Electronics Guru's help me out......

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  1. MR. Marti

    MR. Marti New Member

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    I have an idea for a part that i beleive can help my customers but i am sure someone has made it already. I'm going to try to describe it the best i can and hopefully someone here knows where i can find it.....

    I own an Auto Performance company and so often i see customers who's wiring is a mess for their gauges or other electronics. For that reason i would like to find some kind of "terminal" (don't know what the hell else it may be called) that will allow for one power source wire and one ground connection then have multiple ports that will accomidate the wires off each gauge and provide power and a ground.

    It just scares the hell out of me when i see these people with such awful wiring so i think something like what i tried to describe would be perfect. Most wiring would be 16 or 18 guage.

    Thanks in advance for anyone willing to help.
     
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    hmm, not sure about where to look in order to find what ur suggesting, maybe call some shops in your area that may posses such a thing, i know if i wanted to organize my wires id just use something to keep them seperated and them tie em down orsomething.
     
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    veonake OnT poster, OT lurker

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    You are thinking of a distribution block as far as I can tell. I'm not sure about generic ones that can handle several different gauges. Although, I think radioshack offers something like that with screw down terminals that could accept many gauges. Could check that out.
     
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    I would just use molex connectors...
     
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    you guys fucking rock! those parts listed look perfect. thanks a lot guys.
     

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