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  PowerPole bulkhead #1.jpg - One day, I decided I wanted to make    Anderson PowerPoles    waterproof, and discovered that they fit perfectly in a    Bulgin SA3230    screw terminal insert, after I cut the PowerPoles short and Dremeled them down a little. I simply popped out the pins from the insert, expanded the holes for the positive / negative cords, and lined up the groove on the side of the red PowerPole to match up with the key running down the side of the insert.  I added a little RTV silicone inside the PowerPole bulkhead for good measure. Recently, I replaced the relatively stiff 10 gauge PVC "zip cord" I had been using with far superior flexible silicone cable that I imported from China.  The stuff is simply amazing, and feels like licorice.  I also replaced the standard PowerPoles with    ultrasonically welded PowerPoles   .  These don't split apart, as regular ones sometimes do.  They also eliminate the need for    roll pins    and allow you to use    retention clips   .  $23.95  (PowerPole bulkhead with 2 feet of 10 gauge silicone cable)  
PowerPole bulkhead #2
PowerPole bulkhead #3
PowerPole connector #1
PowerPole connector #2
Modified PS-4 #1

PowerPole bulkhead #1
Camera: FUJIFILM FinePix F10 | Date: 1/14/11 3:52 PM | Resolution: 2848 x 2136
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