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Soldering made easy

Ran across these today and I sure wish I had found them sooner. For anyone like me that has a heck of a time trying to solder wires and shrink wrap them afterward, these babies make it about as easy as it can get, as long as you have a heat gun to use them.

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/...?ie=UTF8&psc=1


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I just use the normal black heatshrink tubing
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Ran across these today and I sure wish I had found them sooner. For anyone like me that has a heck of a time trying to solder wires and shrink wrap them afterward, these babies make it about as easy as it can get, as long as you have a heat gun to use them.

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/...?ie=UTF8&psc=1


I'm not affiliated with this company or anything. Just passing the idea along to help make life a little easier for those installing aftermarket lighting etc.
Looks great!

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I use those but that kit only comes with a few white and red which is what you need for bikes. Blue are for 14g car wires. Wouldn’t buy that kit if you mostly work on bikes. They sell just the whites and the reds which is a better deal in the end
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oh man...where were those when I extended the booster plug wiring...
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I use those but that kit only comes with a few white and red which is what you need for bikes. Blue are for 14g car wires. Wouldn’t buy that kit if you mostly work on bikes. They sell just the whites and the reds which is a better deal in the end
Agreed. I work on both, so some of the bigger ones will come in handy too. Gotta get an air horn installed in my car and these should make it a lot easier and cleaner.
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Agreed. I work on both, so some of the bigger ones will come in handy too. Gotta get an air horn installed in my car and these should make it a lot easier and cleaner.
Air horn in your car? Planning on scaring the crap out of people?
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Air horn in your car? Planning on scaring the crap out of people?
I love a horn that says "YO DUMBASS!!!!" rather than 'beep-beep."
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What kind of heat gun . Any regular type or something specific?
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Thanks for posting this. I’ve been on the fence about getting some New Rage 360 wrap around signals but don’t have confidence in my soldering ability. Problem solved.
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