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Try: GenuineDealz.com - Marine Electrical, Boat Wire & Cable, Custom Battery Cables

AWG 1/0 cable is 4.02 per foot, so your 30' will run about $120.60 plus shipping. They sell the lugs, too.

Very reputable source and great prices, in my experience.

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Try: GenuineDealz.com - Marine Electrical, Boat Wire & Cable, Custom Battery Cables

AWG 1/0 cable is 4.02 per foot, so your 30' will run about $120.60 plus shipping. They sell the lugs, too.

Very reputable source and great prices, in my experience.

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Actually they will terminate/crimp the lugs and heat shrink them for $1.00 each plus the supplies. You will need to know exact lengths and stud sizes before ordering..
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Welding cable

Welding cable works well and is flexible BUT it's not marine grade, that is it's not tinned. It is however a whole lot cheaper.
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