- Dec 11, 2018
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The problem I've had is separation under heavy load. External heat hasn't been the problem, it's like the solder melts at too low a temperature. It's just better to do it right the first time.It's not like it would be any more of a bother using a soldering iron and heat shrink tubing, though. And that way I know for a fact that it'd hold up. I'm gonna take his word for it on it. A lot of heat comes off that block and I dunno how cheap the solder is they use in those pre-solder butts. I think I recall him mentioning that he built a c4 track car or something like that, so I don't think he'd tinker around with me about something dumb like that, even if he does hate my guts.I wouldnt take anything crepe says as fact,, I've heard nothing but good things about them,,
my son uses them everyday doing commercial HVAC,,,
I could see where they might hold up better when they're not being hit with a constant heat source after installation, though.
heavy load from what??
whats your application??