Posted by Caryc on September 22, 2013 at 17:44:54 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: 2N plug wires posted by TOM N MS on September 22, 2013 at 17:21:06:
TOM N MS said: (quoted from post at 17:21:06 09/22/13) How big of a pain is it to put the ends on?
It's pretty simple to put the ends on. As you can see in the pics, first spray the wire end with WD40 to make it slippery then slide the 90 degree boot on. Next strip the appropriate amount off the wire and put the 90 degree metal clip on.
As you can see in the last pics, I used a crimper for TV coax cable ends. It works very well for spark plug clips. When I crimped the clip, I put the shank end of a 1/8" drill bit in the crimper with the clip to make it a little tighter. It worked very well to put a good crimp on those clips. Then just slide the boot over the metal clip. No explanation really needed for the other ends.
I use that crimper for TV stuff but I actually think it's worth buying the tool just to make up plug wires even if you don't use it for anything else
This post was edited by Caryc at 17:48:33 09/22/13.
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