mike90045 wrote: »
Attached, pic of CRIMPED, overheated cables.
Now imagine, if you had a soldered connection, the solder melting, and dripping on the battery case. I'm a convert to hydraulic crimp connections.
65DegN wrote: »
I fully agree with a crimped and soldered connection.
BB. wrote: »
Also, solder tends to wick up stranded wire and cause a fulcrum point where bending forces are concentrated and can cause wire to fail if not well supported.
vtmaps wrote: »
OK, but what about Bill's concern about the fulcrum point:
Does crimping first somehow mitigate the fulcrum point issue?