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running multiple off road lights USE THIS RELAY

for anyone who uses several high wattage off road lights

this is the relay to use

Amazon.com: PAC PAC-200 200 Amp Power Relay: Car Electronics Amazon.com: PAC PAC-200 200 Amp Power Relay: Car Electronics

200 continuous amp load ( 300 amp peak )

just crimp and solder on eyelets and you are good to go
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That's a little overkill for lights... it's really meant more for battery isolation & other super high amperage uses.
It will probably work as a standard relay, but it will probably have more current draw on the relay itself than a regular 5 pin 30/40a relay.
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TRUE

but overkill is better than underkill
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Is that a Binford 6100 relay?
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old school rule #101

if you are going to build something / anything

ALWAYS ALWAYS over build it . cause you sure the hell do not want to go back in and redo what you #$%^&* UP
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