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Old 12-18-2012, 05:14 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by road king 97 View Post
I have had one set of deans plugs that were tuff to get apart but the rest of mine are not that bad. I see some using electrical lube to make it easy and some drill a hole in each side of the contected plug for a set of snap ring plyers to go into and then its easy to get them apart . Most of the guys i have seen switch over to other plugs just dont want to solder or cant. I have all my esc's and battery packs set up with deans and iam not changing them all now. joe
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For other wattflyer readers, once you have the Anderson Power Pole connectors and the $39 crimper that goes with them, installing those connectors on their respective wires takes perhaps 30 seconds each.

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