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Re: Constant duty solenoids..

To: "Keith Turk" <>, <>
Subject: Re: Constant duty solenoids..
From: John Beckett <>
Date: Mon, 15 Mar 1999 12:16:48 -0500
        I like that wire idea, salt resistant. Makes perfect sence that it's a
marine application.

At 10:05 AM 3/15/99 -0800, Keith Turk wrote:
>See that.... Damn I knew this list would be worth something..... sure I
>would love the Part number... 
>On the Healey M/S that I am going to build... after I get though proving I
>know Squat with this Camaro... I could use the quality.... here I am not
>sure It is worthy... Wire wise that is.. the solenoids they will last
>forever... God Know I have learned the quality lessons... YOU get exactly
>what you pay for... sometimes you just gotta ask yourself what the end
>product will do for you.. and what your intent is....
>> From: B. Whiting <>
>> To: Keith Turk <>
>> Subject: Constant duty solenoids..
>> Date: Monday, March 15, 1999 6:45 AM
>> Keith,
>> Two things to this message. Cole Hersey makes really cool continuous duty
>> latching solenoids. Will carry 250 plus amps. Have the part number here
>> somewhere if you want it. Second, Ancor makes an excellent wire! It's
>> designed for the marine market. Very flexible, tinned to resist salt
>> corrosion! Slightly oversized to carry loads and an excellent fuel and
>> and abrasion resistant insulation. No, I don't own stock in the company.
>> Just found it the best for marine and racecar work.
>> Bruce

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