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Old 02-17-2002, 11:53 PM   #1
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when i use the corally style zero loss connectors, do i need to solder them to the wires?
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Yes you do. Do you have an alternative in mind?
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Old 02-18-2002, 11:28 AM   #3
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I solder the females straight onto the batteries and the males onto the wires, this is the way they should be used.
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I use them on my motor, a much cleaner installation.

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Yokomo Fan, what?
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He's just using them on his his.
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I don't have a my, do I need to get one?
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Heyyyyyyy, thats no fair, it was a typo

What I was ameant to say was, I use them on my motor
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I don't have a my, do I need to get one?
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Nevertheless, there are no zero loss connectors...
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Nevertheless, there are no zero loss connectors...
are those the cylinder type thingys?

thought your talking about deans or something like that...
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Well, I don't know of any other type of connectors that Corally is marketing (as if it was their own invention).
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