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Do you or could you make some modular buss bars? For example, my setup. I currently have 6 XS D1400s, but Id like to keep adding one at a time until im up to about 10. Could you design and make something so say I could put the buss bars on now that fit 6, then add a section of bars when I add another battery in a couple weeks, then another section of bars when I add another batt in a month and so on and so forth.
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I'm assuming he could do them in sections with like a lap joint on each end with the bottom side being threaded so you can bolt the extension onto the existing one.

That would be pretty easy.
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What you will most likely be looking at is having the end of the bar with a notch and threaded hold. Then with the next bar, you would have an opposite notch that would fit the previous bar and bolt down.

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What you will most likely be looking at is having the end of the bar with a notch and threaded hold. Then with the next bar, you would have an opposite notch that would fit the previous bar and bolt down.

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That's exactly what I just said lol
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That's exactly what I just said lol
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Why not just buy bars for the whole set and just let the extra hang over? Seems far more cost effective.

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Tongue and groove buss bars? Neat idea.
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I'm assuming he could do them in sections with like a lap joint on each end with the bottom side being threaded so you can bolt the extension onto the existing one.

That would be pretty easy.
Yeah thats pretty much what Im thinkin too.

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What you will most likely be looking at is having the end of the bar with a notch and threaded hold. Then with the next bar, you would have an opposite notch that would fit the previous bar and bolt down.

Shoot me a PM and I will help you out with these.
So you guys do custom order quotes as well? PM coming your way.

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Why not just buy bars for the whole set and just let the extra hang over? Seems far more cost effective.

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Not really concerned about cost that much. And not to mention maybe this could turn in to a "one size fits most" sort of application and people could just buy like "links" as their build changes or progresses as we all know we constantly grow bigger or switch things up. Some guys arent sure how much electrical they will need either and this would allow you to add bars as you add batteries, without a whole bunch sticking over taking up room and or being unsafe from having them stick out.

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Tongue and groove buss bars? Neat idea.
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