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gavin eisler, Hugh Jörgen
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by reverb
reverb
Hi; may be any of you made a home made one to connect a thicker wire then distribute other thinner wires from there?
I still do not find a way to do one that would be small not bulky.
I have a stripped bike and I am trying to have very few connections so I am thinking to have all the connections in one place. Also would be good to trace possible faults instead of looking everywhere for a short or bad connection.


Thanks
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by Hermit
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A nut, a bolt, two washers, and 16 inches of electrician's tape.
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by quinten
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