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Ring Terminal - 12-10 Gauge Wire - 3/16" Ring ID
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Ring Terminal - 12-10 Gauge Wire - 3/16" Ring ID

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Flint Hill Goods Wiring - 44-5310A

  • Wire Connectors
  • Ring Terminals
  • 12-10 Gauge
  • 3/16 Inch Diameter
  • Flint Hill Goods


Ring terminals are used for all types of electrical work where wires need fastening

  • For use with 12-10 gauge wire
  • Stud size: 3/16"
  • Vinyl insulation sleeve is yellow


44-5310A Ring Terminal - 12-10 Gauge Wire - 3/16" Ring ID





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Video Transcript for Review of Flint Hill Goods Wiring - Wire Connectors - 44-5310A

Hello, everybody, this is Jeff at etrailer.com. Today, we're gonna take a look at this 3/16 inch yellow ring terminal for a 12 to 10 gauge size wire. Now, this ring terminal is used for all types of electrical work where wires need fastening to a stud. Usually connects to the end of a bare wire to give a better electrical connection to apply to when you install this onto the stud. Now, this part here is designed to attach a 12 or 10 gauge size wire to a stud size of 3/16 of an inch diameter. Basically, the bare wire is what is inserted into the sleeve of the terminal, and then it's secured by crimping down on it to hold it into place.

Now, these rigged terminals are color coded using the vinyl insulation sleeve. You can see this one is a yellow color, which means it fits 12 gauge to 10 gauge size wires. They're also available in other colors, they offer a blue color, which lets you know it fits a 16 to 14 gauge size wire, and then a red color sleeve will let you know it fits a 22 to 18 gauge size wires. Basically, the higher the wire gauge number, the smaller the size of the wire. But that should do it for the review on this 3/16 inch yellow ring terminal for the 12 to 10 gauge size wire.

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Ring Terminal - 12-10 Gauge Wire - 3/16" Ring ID - 44-5310A

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (42 Customer Reviews)


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Works as advertised.



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Replaced trailer wiring over a year ago and lights still work great. No issues with these connectors. Used them in new junction box.



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connectors and breakers to hook up my brake controller arrived in order, installed easily, and lasted 1 year so far...



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Had this sent to the person I purchased my Used Lance 1030 from before picking it up. He said this was a Super High Quality Product! Nice and Color Coded Heavy duty terminals. His Electrician is removing the end of the Lance plug so I can just use the 7 bladed plug at the end of the bed of my truck next to my License plate (2017 F350 PSD, DRW Super Cab, 8 Foot bed)



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Good connector. Used it to terminate LED lighting and no problems in about a year so far.



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Fast shipping and exactly what I needed to replace my OEM Trailer pigtail.



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Everything was as advertised, and thank you Kaylyn R for your wonderful customer service. It took awhile to get everything installed, because of crazy events in the past year, but it all works great!



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Overall a good product. Easy to use and install.

The only minor issue we had was the plastic band coming loose after crimping the wire onto the connector.



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Quick service/delivery. Nothing really exceptional about these. Frankly, wish I had gotten some with heat shrink.



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Bought in conjunction with other items to rewire trailer.
Works as advertised.
Speedy delivery.



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Worked well with everything downstream of the primary wiring. Just wasn't big enough for the primaries, got that at a local hardware store.



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Everything arrived faster than I thought it would and everything looks great!!! I will be buying more when I need trailer parts in future. Things should go alright installing unless I screw it up.



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Odelia waited on me and was very helpful as well as professional. I certainly would order from her again and recomend etrailer to anyone who needs trailer supplies.



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What can I say, its a ring terminal.



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Not a cheap connector



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Exactly as described. Great to order from one supplier and have all the pieces arrive together for our project.



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Worked great good quality



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Worked as intended.



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Great product!



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Worked like it should



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Great service and fast delivery! Awesome website and easy to find what I needed!



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Have not installed yet, but I received exactly what I ordered



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Fast shipping and great product



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Received on time and as advertised. Great job!!



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Did exactly what I expected


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