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Old 01-09-2011, 10:39   #46
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Thats right. I think the larger wire is 4AWG. Does that sound right? Its 6mm in diameter...
#2AWG has a diameter of about 0.2576", or 6.544mm.
#4AWG has a diameter of about 0.2043", or 5.189mm.
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Oh, thats simple then, Gord, its 3AWG!
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Oh, that's simple then, Gord, its 3AWG!
Not so simple.
#3AWG has a diameter of about 0.2294", or 5.827 mm
I suspect your measurement isn't "that" accurate.
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I suspect your measurement isn't "that" accurate.
I suspect you maybe right.

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Ooops sorry , I just saw the 10awg never seen the 4-6 awg part
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