Well, I thought about it, but apparently copper recycling is more profitable.
I've read several stories lately about thieves stealing copper. In Halifax harbour, someone cut up an 11 km long copper cable from a dock crane that will cost $100,000 to replace. They were only able to actually make off with about half of it though. Crazy.
And that bungee cord connected to the top battery rack? It's holding up the forward end of the electrical conduit I put under the car on the weekend. Now that we know where the controller is going to be, it can be cut off at the proper length to run the cables where they need to go.