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CelicaRacer05
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CelicaRacer05 Dec 28, 12:25am - #73894 

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Where to Find Grounding kit materials

This question goes out you yall who have made your own grounding kits, and are able to help me find the peices i need to make my own, without costing an arm and a leg...

I went to radio shack, lowes, home depot and car toys, radio shack and lowes didnt have 4gauge, home depot said they did, but they couldnt find any, car toys caried 4 gauge, but it was like 5 bucks a foot!!! plus at homedepot the connector rings you need for each ground point are like $1.19 each, they dont come in bulk for 4 gauge, and the extra large connectors were even more for two peieces and more hardwear.

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Celicaracer18 Dec 28, 12:30am - #73895 

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i suggest just getting a kit, chances are it'll look better and you can prob find one on the net for pretty cheap
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Johnny178 Dec 28, 12:31am - #73896 

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Originally Posted by Celicaracer18
i suggest just getting a kit, chances are it'll look better and you can prob find one on the net for pretty cheap


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CelicaRacer05 Dec 28, 12:57am - #73897 

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im 17, with no credit, check or debt, and my parents are not in to the whole car thing, they wanted me to get a shitty sedan, but i went with the celica. So unless one of you (local to denver) can buy one for me, and ill pay you cash, that is the only way i can get stuff from the web...
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Johnny178 Dec 28, 1:02am - #73898 

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people do accept money orders.
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Celicaracer18
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Celicaracer18 Dec 28, 1:24am - #73899 

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that's true and have you checked local auto stores, ignition/battery shops. and your saying you can't convince your parents to order it for you

if all else fails, you can open a bank account, it may take about 15 min. but most banks have things like free checking and student checking that have minimum deposit of like $25, and you can get a debit card in the mail in like 3 days (for a $1 a month)
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FPcelica Dec 28, 6:47am - #73900 
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tweeter its $2 for a foot

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hybridcelica Dec 28, 4:13pm - #73901 
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buy a kit!its cheaper.at 2.00/ft you would still need to buy the ends (10 of them)and dont forget that you would need 11 ft of wire total for the kit! do the math! you can pic one up off ebay for $20 to $25 bucks and you can choose the color that you want! ps: screw ebay! grinsupport the guys here on the post,someone on here is selling them cheap also!but if you do decide to go ebay make sure they say 4gauge some kits are 8gauge!the ones the guy is selling is 4 gauge! thumbsup

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