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Debt Setter

Rewiring tower

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Debt Setter

I just got my tower a new powdercoat job and need to rerun the speaker wires. I was hoping for a genius, easy solution to running the wires, anyone got one?

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Ronnie

What kind of tower?

Have you already pulled the old wires out?

Pull the new wires in when you pull the old wires out.

I have used a shop vac to pull a string through tube towers while feeding the string in the opposite opening, then pulled the wires in with the string.

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Debt Setter

Titan 1, yes I had to pull the wires out in order to get it powdercoated.

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Debt Setter

Titan 1, yes I had to pull the wires out in order to get it powdercoated.

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Bradley Thornton

Lows has a wire feeder for pulling wires in a house wall they should work just fine

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Ronnie

Use the string/vac then. Easy.

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petefranc

The string vacuum worked for our first string but for some reason the second string kept getting knotted up. We ran both wires through one side of the tower though so if your running one down each side it shouldn't give you any problems. We ended up having to use a long thin rod to run the wires through but it was pretty easy.

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