|Aug 04, 2011, 05:13 PM|
Joined Nov 2002
Help w/ 4mm bullet connectors
My new Turnigy Nanotechs 6s & 5s-5000s have been coming with 4mm bullets c/w polarized plastic sleeves. I've been cutting these stock connectors off & replacing them, standardizing on 6mm bullets for 100 to 120amp apps. I did have a stash of these 4mm bullets unused, so have been taking these said polarized sleeves from my new stash & plugging them into the 6mm terminals on my packs as protection against accidental unintended contact during storage. They fit nicely. But now my stash of 4mm is running out & I have all these cut off ones still but finding it impossible to remove the wire/connectors still captured inside their polarized sleeve protectors.
Can anyone share with me their method of removing these captured connectors so I can recycle these sleeves? I know, these sleeves slip on newly soldered 4mm bullet pairs so easily; but I just have not been able to get the bullets off the groove inside the sleeves w/out destroying the sleeves. Your input will be much appreciated. TIA.
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