Wanna try mechanical connetion/crimp
Lookin at a lotta alternative options for typical soldering as far as wire hookups in the cavity go.
Theres soldering, & believe it or not some guy used tiny screws & nut (screwed right thru the lugs) and someone also went with the old school wire crimp method with teh little blade style push on connectors. This method has been around since i was a toddler in all kinds of electronic applications.
Even though its not "typical" to use any other method in the cavity except "solder" for connections ...... Beings I have such TERRIBLE luck with soldering (I use patience,hot gun,tiny lead free flux solder & leaded with same results)
No matter what project & how careful I am, the end result after lets say 8-23 connections in the cavity .....by the end,I end up with a mediocre wiring job At Best.
SO........... strongly considering going to home depot ....buying a pack of little tab connector thingies to put on the end of each wire & sliding it onto the lug that they go to ....assuming they will slid on firmly that is ......THEN once its all done,go back & add a solder the connector to the lug,just as a "double sure" method. That way ,with my crappy solder skills,I know i will still end up with solid connections that will last for years.
any opinions? Sounds like a lotta work,but really its not. Its worth it to me to have solid connections.