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Metra Crimp Caps

Package contains 100 crimp caps — for 14- to 16-gauge wire

Item # 120CCL1614

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Item # 120CCL1614

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About the Metra Crimp Caps

If you do a lot of wiring, you'll need some crimp caps on hand. This bag of crimp caps will fill the bill nicely, containing 100 caps for wire sizes from 14- to 16-gauge. All you need is a crimp tool and you'll be able to wire almost anything together. Warranty: 30 days.

What's in the box:

  • 100 Nylon long-neck crimp caps (16-14 AWG)
MFR #CCL1614

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Overview: This package includes 100 long-neck nylon crimp caps suited for 16-14 gauge wire. Use these crimp caps to crimp together two 16-14 gauge wire leads. A crimp tool is required to crimp the connection.

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Yes u need a crimping tool u can use pliers but after u crimp it tight and u can use black tape to make sure thay don't come lose thanks?
[ Spider  Nov 02, 2018 ]
1 answer
I've never had one come loose. But it never hurts to be safe and add the tape but not necessary. Hope this helps
[ Derek  Nov 02, 2018 ]

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