Re: Crimper Question
Whatever crimper you decide to go with, I'd recommend a ratcheting type. They're easier to use and make very repeatable crimps that look like they should.
And if you want really reliable crimps, buy a ratcheting crimper designed for the specific brand/model of terminals you are crimping. I use AMP terminals and crimpers wherever I can. Good crimp terminals will have both a connection and strain relief, and the proper ratcheting crimper will crimp both the right amount in a single squeeze of the crimper.
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