Quoted from sparky672:
You're inventing words and ideas I never expressed. We're talking about quality of wiring so the photo speaks for itself regarding that.
The quality of wiring in that picture was not the topic under discussion. The quality of wiring in crimping 2 wires in one pin is. Where's your picture of that from pinrepair? See the picture attached, credit to pinrepair.com. Nothing like the horror story of the grounding picture.
Exactly what other implication would anyone draw from you posting the crappy wiring picture other than that you are trying to say pinrepair's advice regarding wiring is suspect because of that picture? Why did you post it at that point in the thread as a direct response to 'good enough for pin repair [in relation to crimping 2 pins in one connector] is good enough for me'?
I don't do the 'agree to disagree' thing. That means that one person who feels they're right doesn't really have a response to a valid point from the other side. For instance, you could have certainly said "molex doesn't recommend crimping 2 wires into one pin" (Which AFAIK they don't). So your response instead of just saying you are wrong, could be "I feel this way because the manufacturer of the product doesn't recommend doing it, so that's good enough for me".
This I can accept if that is your reasoning. However, you chose to belittle my advice not with 'this is what the manufacturer recommends' (even though people are successful using it) with:
Quoted from sparky672:
As far as the original idea. Of course it "works" to crimp two wires into one connector. It also "works" to crimp a connector onto a wire by smashing the barrel end with a hammer, but I wouldn't claim it was done properly.
So, we know from your statement that smashing the wire crimp with a hammer is something you wouldn't claim was done properly. I wouldn't either.
How about your previous sentence, "of course it "works" to crimp two wires into one connector."
Do you claim as well that is not done properly? You could have said: "Of course it works to crimp two wires into one connector, however, I wouldn't claim that was done properly".
It's funny as well that when you post inflammatory responses, it's "ok" but when someone calls you out for doing so, it's "why are you angry".pasted_image (resized).png