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Old 12-28-2011, 08:28 AM
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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

Hammer: Chrome

QuickCable Part#: 4266


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Old 12-28-2011, 08:34 AM
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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
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