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Old 26-03-2016, 21:30   #16
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Re: Use Caution with Ancor Terminals

Please re-read my comment and quoted post.
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You asked a question I answered it . Neither of which has any bearing on sailing.
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Re: Use Caution with Ancor Terminals

So how do you use a single crimp connector?? Do the wires from each side pass through to the end of the connector or do you push the wires 1/2 way in and make two crimps. Oh, that would make it a two crimp connector.
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Re: Use Caution with Ancor Terminals

You install the wires to the stop point at the center of the butt connector. Next you crimp each side one time so you have one crimp holding each wire in place unless you are like me and crimp it close to the end then again close to the center on each side. So I guess I do double crimp with a single crimp butt. But then I have been told I'm a bit different all my life.
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The best location I have found for all marine wiring products is:

Genuinedealz.com

They also have an Ebay store.

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