Reviewed By James C (Milton, FL) Reviewed for a 1993 Ford F-150 —11/29/2016 7:04 PM
They are good fit perfect
Reviewed By Michelle B (WHITE LAKE, MI) Reviewed for a 1998 Chevy Tahoe —11/11/2016 6:25 AM
Boots and especially the metal connectors are exceptional quality. Feels like a VERY good, firm connection when you plug the wires into the cap and onto the plugs. I've had bigger brand name wire sets that were over twice the price, and when you plug them in you can't feel if the terminals are properly together or if the rubber boot is just holding it on. The package says the wires are rated at 500 ohms per ft. But I tested each wire myself and saw closer to 220 ohms per foot.
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