Originally Posted by JGK95
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.
The big three have expensive machine driven crimpers that do a much better job than a pair of hand crimpers ever could.
FWIW, I have never seen a twisted, soldered shrink wrap connection fail in over 40 years of working on cars both for a living and a hobby.
A solder joint that is brittle is a cold solder joint from the get go. If the solder flows right it is not going to go brittle.