Not a new one, but the old one I recently replaced with a new one.
This is the ground end instead of crimped bare copper wire, completely soldered.
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On the clamp end, drilled a 5/16" hole and with a propane torch completely filled the cavity with a good solder flow. Also a smaller hole on the other side to make sure that cable was completely saturated with solder.
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Running a controlled current of 60 amperes the voltage drop between the terminals is 14.7 mv, but most important, should stay this way for a very very long time. Now if Chevy would only do this, crimping bare copper wire was and is always a very bad idea. Call this post production work at the owner's expense.