Collection: Copper Lugs & Battery Cable Ends

Product Features:
- Designed For Stranded Copper Wires
- Rated For 600 Volts
- Cable Size And Stud Hole Stamped On Pad
- Can Be Crimped Or Soldered
- Highly Controlled Flare To Allow Easy Cable Insertion
- Tight Barrel To Pad Transition Provides Longer Usable Barrel Length
- Larger Pad Area For Better Contact

Made in USA

Our Battery Terminals Sherco Auto & Marine Supply's Our Crimp Or Solder Copper & Tinned Copper Lugs Are Made From Seamless Tubes Of 99.9% Copper For Higher Conductivity & Ul Listed. We Provide Copper Lugs In 8, 6, 4, 2, 1, 1/0, 2/0, 3/0, 4/0 Gauges and Ring Sizes in #10, 1/4", 5/16", 3/8" & 1/2".

Tinned Copper Battery Terminals Made in America
Our USA Made Copper & Tinned Copper Lug Crimp & Solder Battery Terminals Are 100% Cast Copper Alloy, To Give The Best Conductivity Available. They May Be Crimped By All Commercially Available Crimping Tools Or They May Be Soldered On. Copper Lugs Can Be Crimped Or Soldered And Are Stackable. Gauge Stamped On Lug For Easy Identification. Flared Ends For Easy Entry. Ul Listed. Our Terminals Are Perfect For Soldering And We Provide Cl Flux And Solder Pellets Of All Sizes To Match.

1. Using the proper sized cable, measure the amount of insulation to be stripped by placing the cable next to the length of the barrel. Mark the cable with your thumb at the point where it meets the end of the open barrel.
2. Strip the cable using a cable stripping device. After removing the insulation, check by inserting the cable into the barrel to make sure the insulation is snug against the top of the barrel.
3. Next, secure the battery terminal in a vise. Make sure that the offset portion of the barrel is facing you.
4. Place the proper solder pellet into the barrel of the terminal.
5. Slide the heat shrinkable tubing over the cable.
6. Apply several drops of the liquid flux to the exposed wire strands.
7. Pre-heat the solder and terminal with a propane torch according to the Preheating Time Table.
Make sure that you are heating the offset portion of the terminal barrel.
8. After pre-heating, carefully insert the exposed cable into the barrel of the terminal and continue to heat.
9. As the solder melts, allow the exposed wire strands to sink into the terminal until the insulation is snug against the top of the barrel.
10. Slide the heat shrinkable tubing over the connection and apply indirect heat to the tubing.
11. When the tubing has fully recovered, remove the heat source and allow the connection to cool.