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Old 12-12-2010, 12:42 PM   #1
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Default How do I set up these cathodes?

Never done cathodes before, how do I set these particular ones up?
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it will come with a inverter? that will allow to to plug both of those into it and out the other end will be a molex connector
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Default Re: How do I set up these cathodes?

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it will come with a inverter? that will allow to to plug both of those into it and out the other end will be a molex connector
Yea, they're pretty straight forward. Generally they come with everything you need, velcro and all. You'll just find areas to mount the tubes/inverter, then connect the power cables. Pretty easy.
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