Just trying to add more ring terminals. It bugs me having them on the battery terminals. Plus some of them are corroded. I have read a couple good threads on replacing the links, but not planning at that at this time.Tried this exact piece and honestly it's a pretty cheap piece. Are you trying to bypass the stock disable links? Or just trying to connect additional ring terminals?
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I gotcha, and sorry for some reason my phone changed fusible to disable.Just trying to add more ring terminals. It bugs me having them on the battery terminals. Plus some of them are corroded. I have read a couple good threads on replacing the links, but not planning at that at this time.
Older square body Chevy trucks had a insulated two prong buss under the hood. I grabbed a few from the local wrecking hards and put one under my dash and also under the hood.
Not a diesel, but I did some re-wiring on my '73 W200 crew gasser this winter, and used these marine buss bars I bought off Amazon for both power distribution and to add more grounds in my system, and keep it all off the battery lugs. I also bought an inexpensive, weather-proof relay box to hold some Bosch 4-prong relays, and put my blower motor on relays (only has off-lo-hi in these years), as well as putting an external fuse box under the hood. These, along with my headlight relay setup, get power from these buss bars. I DID run the feed power for the buss bars for power off the alternator stud, instead of the battery post. These buss bars are designed for a marine environment, and do have covers, and have a lot of good reviews.
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That's pretty cool. I'd have to replace the cables though or put new ends on them.
Hey thanks, I was thinking the hammer style. Maybe I'll check out the crimpers. I love buying tools I only use once😁