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Old 05-07-2015, 07:45 PM
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There are no mounting gaskets, but you can purchase rubber washers and put them between the mount and the roof. The wires that are showing in that picture are for the light and the brake. You need a minimum of a 6 gauge stranded machine tool class K wire for the siren itself. This is an extremely fine stranded (266 strands in the bundle)(class K) wire, that is both easy to work with, and will give you the best electrical conductivity. The least that I would consider is 133 strand class H 6 gauge wire. This should be available from local electrical supply houses in larger cities where there is manufacturing. The other alternative is to go to and order 25 feet of 6 gauge red or black battery cable wire.
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