Originally Posted by matt167
you may see it in the magazine, but that don't mean that's all he does... he may use crimpers in the magazine because he has a targeted tutorial of how to install gauges for someone who can't solder. Crimpers can be ok in certain climates, but any humidity and you can have corrosion and bad connections over time...
I took that into consideration when I thought about his target audience. However, Jim then lobs in the line (or something to the equivalent)
"If its good enough for the Big 3, it's good enough for me."
So which way to go? I think soldiering is the way to go and the above posts convinced me to learn.