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Glad you found it useful Peter. I ended up pretty much re doing all my connections, didnt intend to but as I was re doing a section that was giving me problems I found it so quick and easy I just kept going till I had pretty much re done all the existing wiring on the layout. The smallest ones can be a 'bit' delicate once crimped but I found doubling up the Ferule gets around this. I also found that a triple wire could be a bit of a struggle to push into the plastic bit but I just gently wriggled a small screwdriver in it to open it out a bit and then they went in fine, and if the ferule was a bit long for the choc block I just snipped the end off with wire cutters to shorten it a bit. Overall I found I've got much more robust wiring  :thumbs
Oh and Gastwo. . . Tha Wot Ladd ?  :mutley


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P.S. sorry I'm not around much atmo but work has gone a bit manic and I'm cream crackered most evenings so not up to doing much else  :pedal



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