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Ring Terminal - 12-10 Gauge Wire - 5/16" Ring ID

Ring Terminal - 12-10 Gauge Wire - 5/16" Ring ID

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Fastenal Wiring - 44-5356A

  • Wire Connectors
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  • 12-10 Gauge
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Ring terminals are used for all types of electrical work where wires need fastening

  • For use with 12-10 gauge wire
  • Stud size: 5/16"
  • Vinyl insulation sleeve is yellow


44-5356A Ring Terminal - 12-10 Gauge Wire - 5/16" Ring ID





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Video Transcript for 3M Wiring 44-5356A Review

Today we're going to review part number 44-5356A. This is the 3M Ring Terminal for size 10-12 gauge wire. This the 5/16" ring diameter size. These ring terminals are used for all types of electrical work where wires need to be fastened. This one is used for use with a 10-12 gauge size wire. It is designed to fit on a stud size of 5/16". It does have the vinyl insulation sleeve you can see, which is yellow. Basically, to show you how this would attach the wire I have section of 12-gauge wire right here.

I actually stripped maybe a little less than 1/2" off of there. What you want to do is basically you would slide the bare portion in right to where the metal portion is right there. You really don't want to slide it too far so it's exposed. You actually want to keep most of it underneath there. Once you have it underneath there, what I'll do is take a .. Here's a set of wire strippers.

The wire strippers will have the crimpers right down here. All you have to do is put this right in the correct size. Then when you push down on it like that, you squeeze hard enough, you can see that it will crimp that wire to that metal portion, to the ring terminal, and give you a good connection. It's not going to go anywhere. You can see you really don't want to have any of that bare wire exposed, so you want to keep it under the insulation sleeve. That should do it for the review on part number 44-5356A.

This is the 3M Ring Terminal for 10-12 gauge size wire with a 5/16" inside ring diameter. .


Customer Reviews

Ring Terminal - 12-10 Gauge Wire - 5/16" Ring ID - 44-5356A

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (17 Customer Reviews)


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The manufacturer of my trailer screwed the grounding wire for the trailer into the tongue of the trailer using a self-tapping screw. That lasted about two months before the wire snapped free. Instead of having that happen again, I used this product by crimping the grounding wire to the but end and then I placed the cotter pin from the trailer coupler through the loop and the wire from that pin makes constant contact with the loop, allowing grounding. Worked like a charm and there's no tension on the grounding wire anymore.




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Ordered several things to hook up trailer brake controller on my 2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. Everything was promptly shipped and at a fair price.
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worked just fine!




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Im all thumbs and was able to totally rewire my trailer in an hour or so. No problems. I am legal again with my lights!! Thanks.




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Very fast and accurate delivery. Good quality products




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WORKED AS SHOULD


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Work perfect
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    There's two things to check. Go to the fuse box under the hood, and take a look at fuse location # 22. If the fuse is missing, look at the slot where the fuse installs. If there are metal pins in there that make contact with the fuse when it's installed, all you'll need to do is install a 30A fuse, and the harness feeding the brake controller will be powered up and you'll be good to go. If that fuse slot does NOT have the metal pins in it (which is sometimes found in XL Trim models) you'll...
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