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About ChuckHutchings

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  • Birthday 09/14/1960

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    Miami Springs, Florida, USA
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  1. I think it's always best to order the plugs and the wire at the same time from the same vendor to be sure they work together. Without seeing what you have, I would suggest you make a short "test" cable and see if it works. I've been able to jam some pretty heavy zip line into CDI's vampire plugs using a pair of pliers to crimp the wire in the slot. And I don't think the teeth going all the way through the wire will post a hazard. (But I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong.)
  2. I also have a bunch of indoor brown cords (the ones with three outlets in the molded end) that are 6' to 12' in length.
  3. I have about 50 outdoor extension cords left. They are all green (grounded). 15', 20', 25'. Might have a 50'er or two. Where are you? Edit: Probably not good for MAKING arches.
  4. I'd provide a link but LOR's site is still wiggy at the moment.
  5. And there was much rejoicing...
  6. I'm sorry nobody acknowledged this post. That was pretty funny there.
  7. That display is awesome!!! Where is my $20?
  8. I don't have any idea either so I won't bother posting and wasting bandwidth. Oh, wait...
  9. On a positive note, the ones that failed did so pretty quickly. The rest are still working this year. Keep your fingers crossed...
  10. Note: Mine are all the 100-count M5s. I do not have any net lights.
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