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Old 08 April 2015, 17:45   #1
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After Market HT Leads

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Just looked at the price for Mariner HT leads and am a bit gob smacked.Has anyone any good suggestions on any good after market leads,I was looking at Naruku leads what's your views and any suggestions.
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Old 08 April 2015, 17:57   #2
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So, how much?
10 each?
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Old 08 April 2015, 19:24   #3
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So, how much?
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I looked at the parts manual and was getting a price of around 27 dollars which is about 18,you say 10 not to bad where was that from if you don't mind me asking.
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I got a bloke on eBay to make me a set of 6 for my Mariner 135 for under 20 ! Did a nice job too but I can't find his details now, typical. I'll keep looking.
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i made a set myself a few years ago with bits from the green spark plug company. making them was really easy, was hard deciding which cable to use as i never knew there were so many different types!Ignition
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i made a set myself a few years ago with bits from the green spark plug company. making them was really easy, was hard deciding which cable to use as i never knew there were so many different types!Ignition
Hi festinghouse

Pretty sure it's 8 mm correct me if im wrong,copper high performance silicone is there a galvanic reaction with copper ,not sure !
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yeah that sounds about right. if you make your own then make one extra as a spare whilst you are at it.
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what's the difference between high resistance and low resistance.
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i honestly couldnt say now, i did however check it out at the time. think it is to do with the ignition system, and radio suppression though could be wrong!
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i honestly couldnt say now, i did however check it out at the time. think it is to do with the ignition system, and radio suppression though could be wrong!
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Thanks for your reply,just one last question I take it the lead comes as a 1 metre length.
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