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Yes Pete , he does appear to nip the cores together with his side cutters...
I winced more than once when he did that
Ppersonally Mate I don't like stuffin two 1.5mm2 into a terminal without doubling them over properly, with the correct tools, think Matey's priority is make it look nice and quick, get paid and Foxtrot Oscar, not clever at all.
 
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Noooooo I have enough tools, but it does sound (or not) good, a surge impact driver, no I don't want one, can you get them cheaper, will try FFX they always seem to be the cheapest for tools, no stop it, I need a drink.
Damn, you just made me look on FFX and it is £159, around £110 off the normal price (I already have two batteries and a charger so can get the "naked" one).

As Oscar said: the only way to get rid of temptation is to yield to it...
 

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Ppersonally Mate I don't like stuffin two 1.5mm2 into a terminal without doubling them over properly, with the correct tools, think Matey's priority is make it look nice and quick, get paid and Foxtrot Oscar, not clever at all.

i usually fold the cores over as it feel it gives a better connection , I winced at him biting them together using his side cutters,
I use a pliers
 

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