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DJ Kevin - I.M.S

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  1. Yeah I’ve heard that as well. I went with what seemed the most commonly owned/used which I linked above.
  2. All I use is SHCA 1/0 OFC and their 1/0 copper lugs. I’ve seen some guys say they use regular 2/0 lugs on SHCA’s 1/0 OFC. I could’ve sworn a long time ago I found a chart that had what MM die to use per AWG.
  3. I purchased the TMS WL-YQK-300 16 Ton Hydraulic Crimper from Amazon. Only problem I have is the dies are marked in MM and not AWG. I want to crimp some Sky High 1/0 OFC. But, I'm unsure as to which die to use. I kind of don't want to start experimenting and lose out on lugs lol. Does someone have a chart they go by or some more information as to what die to use per gauge of wire? I tried searching everywhere and couldn't find much info. Except one guy recommended using 2/0awg die for Sky Highs 1/0. But, that doesn't help me since my dies are marked in MM. Thank you! This is a link to the crimper I have: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00GXQ2E5E/ref=ppx_od_dt_b_asin_title_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  4. I have one and it does what it has to do. The only bad thing is the coverage.
  5. I'm interested in getting a 2006 Chevy Suburban or a Tahoe. I've been looking around and so far I dislike the Z71's because they look weird. But I like the LS & LT models but don't know exactly what's the difference between them. Does anyone know?
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