New cable lug crimper
Since I'm redoing my battery location therefore the heavy 1/0 wiring, I've decided instead of soldering those big lugs like they are done now, to spend a few bucks and get one of these gadgets. They look like they will do the job, depending on where you buy them can be pricy - though I didn't pay anywhere near the usual advertised price.
Anyone have any experience with them?
QuickCable: Brute Hammer Crimper -
The Brute Hammer Crimper is a Hammer type crimp tool, designed to take the abuse of quick strikes against it's "head" to crimp terminals solid and securely.
* An inexpensive, simple yet strong crimping tool.
* Can be used with: Hammer, Vice or Press.
* Can crimp: 8 Gauge to 4/0 Connectors.
* Spring-Loaded pin locks the "hammer" in the "up" position for easy loading of connector and cable. When released the "hammer" will hold the connector securly during the crimp process.
-- SPECIFICATIONS --
Length: 4 Inches.
Material: Cast Iron.
Style: Hammer Crimper
Base Color: Blue
QuickCable Part#: 4266
we had to make the cables, for the motors on the delivery hose reels, for heating fuel trucks
(very high amp)
and thats the style tool we used, worked great :thumbup:
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