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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old Jul 25th, 06, 07:57 PM Thread Starter
 
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Connecting fusable link

Hi, just wondering how you would go about connecting a 6 AWG cable (Thick) to a 10 AWG fusable link (Thin)?? I was told that you can not solder these types of joints as the link will melt.

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Re: Connecting fusable link

madd electrical has fusible links with crimp connectors on them, but I forget the exact link.





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Re: Connecting fusable link

I crimped/soldered the fusable links I got from MAD Electrical. There were no crimp connectors on them. Here is a link http://www.madelectrical.com

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