Installing new switch panel

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Re: Installing new switch panel

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Looks exactly like mine Jim. The fact they're still made today says a lot about their rep. 8-)
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Re: Installing new switch panel

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Jim Dandy wrote:
Mon Nov 09, 2020 11:07 am

This is the crimping tool I have, really like it.


Thanks for the recommendation. A good crimping tool is worth its weight in gold. Got mine the other day. Got some of their terminals as well. Not looking forward to using them, but, hopefully it makes the job easier.
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Re: Installing new switch panel

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I really like it, good quality. Ratcheting crimping tool is the way to go.
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