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Old 12-03-2017, 08:17 PM   #1
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Anyone use a burndy md-6 with dies for crimp lugs. I am wondering what dies I would need for 100 150 200 amp services in aluminum.

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Find the connector in the book, roll over to tooling, find yours, and select the die.
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Addtion to Matt's part and with alum conductors there is other verison you have to watch out is standard conductor or compact conductors.,


that can affect the size of lug and crimp to use. so just be aware of it.
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The Burndy 6-8 crimper is all you need for 100 to 200 amp H crimps. Those dies are built in.
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The Burndy 6-8 crimper is all you need for 100 to 200 amp H crimps. Those dies are built in.
H taps I am good. Just looking into crimp lugs.

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