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Anyone here use anything to label their wires for added accessories? I'd like to be able to keep track of what I put where and make it look nice and clean. Ideas?
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Little dynamo label maker would do decent. Make little typed flags

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Little dynamo label maker would do decent. Make little typed flags
Get the higher end model or the USB one, both have a "wire label" setting and fully kick ass.
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Different colored wires would do the same thing. Just write down which ones are which and toss it in the glove box



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Different colored wires would do the same thing. Just write down which ones are which and toss it in the glove box
I have a lot of "red" wires
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Anyone here use anything to label their wires for added accessories? I'd like to be able to keep track of what I put where and make it look nice and clean. Ideas?
Just stop by one of your local electrical supply distributers. You do not have to be an electrician to go there. They actualy have some pretty neat stuff to look at on the showroom floor. You can ask the counter employee for assistance on labels. They have everything from "write on" to "peal and stick" to full blown label machines.

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Good stuff, thanks guys! Should soothe my OCD.
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