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Old 26-08-2014, 08:14   #121
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Re: To Solder or Not.. That is the Question

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... I use only FTZ terminals for heat shrink crimps ...
Which line of FTZ terminals do you use/recommend?
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Crimp 'N Seal Polyolefin

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Re: To Solder or Not.. That is the Question

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Which line of FTZ terminals do you use/recommend?
Clear Seal
Cool Seal
Crimp 'N Seal Extreme
Crimp 'N Seal Polyolefin

FTZ Industries
I use Crimp 'N Seal Polyolefin only.... Even melting, no bubbling/blistering and a beautiful watertight connection.. Had a CNS butt splice submerged for well over a year in a bucket of salt water... Bone dry after a full year... I also use their battery lugs and lug crimping tools...
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