Elite Refuge Member
- Feb 5, 2005
- Reaction score
- Central Kansas
Why solder instead of crimp? A good crimp is actually considered more reliable.
...only by guys who can't execute a proper soldering job.
Says the guy who can't make a quality crimp...
I think I see where we got off on the wrong foot, tcc.
...and it was probably my fault.
When I posted that first comment, I wasn't referring to you specifically, rather to those people who prefer crimping over soldering. I didn't assume that you thought crimping was superior (although subsequent posts made it clear that I should have).
I think you, then, took it 'personally', when it wasn't meant that way at all. But, I can see how you easily could think I was referring to you.
So, for that, I apologize.
I think we can both agree that a proper solder job and a proper crimp job will both work satisfactorily on our duck boat trailer wiring.