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Those look Awesome, Kudos smile.gif
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Damn. Plus REP for the guide. You've just made me want to sleeve every cord in my house!
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Good Job man, Those look awesome. I like the red.
Thanks, wouldn't have thought of it without this guide tho.

Came out great for paracord.
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man that looks hawt. i think ill do this and get a RA plug in the process.
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Thanks, wouldn't have thought of it without this guide tho.

Came out great for paracord.
Op updated. And thanks man!
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Is there anywhere else we can get colored IEC connectors?
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Is there anywhere else we can get colored IEC connectors?
You know I beleive there is, but from the short looking I have done, ebay is the cheapest.
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Yeah I saw the seller has some red ones for sale but for like $17.50 :|. Still the cheapest I've found as well. Didn't do much searching though.
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Yeah I saw the seller has some red ones for sale but for like $17.50 :|. Still the cheapest I've found as well. Didn't do much searching though.
LOL, yea the "made in china" ones are the cheapest, and ebay seems to have a good assortment of them. Cant really beat 18 bucks for both connectors. Find the ones that are "best offer" and offer to pay a buck less. Ive tryed them all and the most ive ever gotten them to go down is 1 buck, but a buck is a buck.
post #50 of 95
Why replace the PSU end?

All you need to do is cut off the male (receptacle) end in order to get the sleeving on the cord.

Also, I wonder what this does to the UL certification of the cord?
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