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Bentleya

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http://forum.waterco...hread.php?t=945 *whistles*, Some links will be removed when i merge.

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Ah thankyou bentleya :P I should have looked more first.

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Any idea where can I get molex crimping tool? Around £10 that is :P

Kustom have one but its like £25 + P&P :o

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They are hard to find irrespective of the price. I wasn't able to find one at anything like £10. Rapid have one but it is a similar price cost me £27.48 delivered.

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I was looking for one a while back but they were all about £25,I just used a pair of pliers in the end.

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This is a fantastic thread, I really wish I had found this a couple of weeks ago!

Great post by oliverw92 :D

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Haha thanks xrayhead :)

For molex pins, i just use a pair of pliers and crush the tabs in, then use a soldering iron on it. As long as you make sure the solder 'flows' into the pin, it gives a mighty strong hold :D I did some tests and soldering is way stronger than crimping :)

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anyone got any good sites/suppliers for perforated metal sheeting? i've been looking around for ages now for some and yet to find any either in stock or costing loads for a too big size!

i only need a 450mm by 300mm section :(

EDIT: Saying that i just found this chap, it looks pretty awesome, infact we'll be buying some kitchen splashback from him come tuesday :)

http://stores.shop.e...s__W0QQ_armrsZ1

Edited by extragonk, 02 January 2010 - 06:03 PM.
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