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So i got 2 4 gauge power wires and about to install big3's 0 gauge in addition to that.
Would also like to finally clean up that wire mess i currently have, make it look nice and pretty. Battery terminal would be a perfect solution but my car has bunch of stock fuses which i don't wanna mess with. Fuses are right next to the battery so there's not much room to play with when installing 3 aftermarket cables BEFORE stock fuses. What can i use

Here's a few crappy cell pics to show you guys what i mean.
2 4g wires look like crap, i'm sure another 0g wire secured the same way woun't make it any better.





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looks like you need some custom pieces from toolmaker to clean that mess up!he's a busy man,but he'll get to you.his work is worth the small wait.
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Easy way to do it would be to purchase a long bolt that goes to the clamp part. Make sure its long enough so you can use one nut to tighten the clamp on the sae post. But also have enough sticking out past the first nut, then put ring terminals on the end and put another nut on it.
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Easy way to do it would be to purchase a long bolt that goes to the clamp part. Make sure its long enough so you can use one nut to tighten the clamp on the sae post. But also have enough sticking out past the first nut, then put ring terminals on the end and put another nut on it.
That is still only a temporary fix, pretty much what I got now.
Would u be able to make baterry terminal to fit 2 4g, 1 0g and that stock metal piece held by the bolt? This way I don't interfier with any stock wires/fuses and have a fully functional battery clamp for my wires?
Edit: I can probably get that stock clamp from a junk yard and send to you for exact shape/dims

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That is still only a temporary fix, pretty much what I got now.
Would u be able to make baterry terminal to fit 2 4g, 1 0g and that stock metal piece held by the bolt? This way I don't interfier with any stock wires/fuses and have a fully functional battery clamp for my wires?
Edit: I can probably get that stock clamp from a junk yard and send to you for exact shape/dims

Yes. And the junk yard clamp would be a great help.
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