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      09-08-2009, 10:48 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by car62 View Post
Just cut the wires a few inches back from the OEM connectors and then reattach them later if you need to.

Or wrap the connector/pin assembly with bare copper wire before insulating it which effectively will increase the gauge of the wire at that point by providing more conductive material.

Or don't worry about it. The voltage drop across that short little connector is going to be very small and insignificant. You can get away with passing a lot of current through a small wire for a short distance - you have problems the longer the wire gets.
Cool, forgot about that. Thanks.
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