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Install Bay FVWT16 16 GA Ferrules Black Barrel (Package of 100)

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Install Bay FVWT16 16 GA Ferrules Black Barrel 

Keep wiring neat and tight
You can use these Install bay wire ferrules to make neat power and speaker wire connections for your amplifier, instead of random loose strands of copper wire all over the terminal blocks. These ferrules keep all the wire strands gathered and protected together within a copper conductor.

A cleaner connection
As a bonus, these ferrules also feature ultra-thin sides, so you can load the bare wire into the ferrule, install the ferrule in the wire terminal, then tighten the set screw to crimp the ferrule tightly to the wire and secure the connection to your amp. This also prevents any splaying and bending of the wire strands that may break in the wire terminal. Ferrules are also useful when hooking up fuse holders and distribution blocks.


  • Terminate stranded wire for insertion into terminal blocks
  • Provides superior termination performance
  • Black 16 GA
  • Package of 100

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