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Whats the difference between the $1.50 ones at the flea market and the expensive ones?
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What theyre made of?
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If they're actual 1/0
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Haha thats true.

any suggestions?
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what is the cheap ones? i have some raptor and their cheap but works just like the rest. ive seen some really light ones but didnt use it. the raptor ones have a shorter hold on the wiring part than my other ones. some is tin,copper, alu/copper, but im sure they're all prett much the same unless you get the pure copper ones. i havent seen any true 1/0 flea market terminals though. if their not pure copper and is expensive, i think you'll be paying just for the name.
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I buy pure copper for .50 cents a piece
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Ring terminals are ring terminals.....As long as you can fit your wire in there and they don't seem too flimsy.

Take a short length of wire in with you to the flea market to make sure it fits.

Personally, I get heavy duty welding copper ones for cheap.
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man .50 each is too cheap!

So if the wire fits its all the same unless its copper
I think i will be visiting the flea market when i get my fleks in!
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my friend actually had a "cheap" terminal used as a ground melt. so if your not using it for some "huge" project it should work just fine. i dont see any probs. but also the is it true 1/0 size, thats a dif story. i always have to cut off shielding and use electrical tap to hopefully get it to the right size or have to trim wire
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Oh ill make sure the terminals work i'm not about to cut strands when i paid for all those strands

well it aint a small project thats for sure. I'm thinking about soldering all my terminals
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