Ingineer pointed out in separate thread that when the crimp has developed oxidation it is impossible to solder adequately.
And that soldering this size conductor creates stress concentration that will ultimately cause failure even if you were starting with new stuff. Plus the soldered connection runs hotter than a crimped connection that is properly crimped.
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This may be cheap but seems like a bad idea if you trust the input from Ingineer.
And unfortunately some people are sending other people to this bad idea.