In custom car audio we need to crimp wire lugs onto large wires. 8 Gauge, 4 Gauge, and 0 Gauge are very common sizes. This usually requires an expensive hydraulic crimping tool in order to properly crimp the wire terminals. Does this new cable lug crimping tool perform well? How does it stack up against the hydraulic crimper for attaching battery terminal lugs? Let's take a look!
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