|Dec 02, 2009, 06:08 PM|
32 gauge 2 conductor wire for light kits.
For those of you running light kits on your chopper, here's a link to 32 gauge wire that's normally used to put LED lights into doll houses.
I took the old wiring out of my light kit and replaced it with this wire instead. It's 5 strands per wire and with all 5 twisted together it's about half the thickness of thread. This means it's EXTREMELY light weight wire.
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