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SHOULD FIND ANY GOOD STORE OR ELE SUPPLIER JUST LOOK FOR CU/AL ON THE CONNECTOR THIS MEANS APPROVED FOR BOTH IF THIS IS FOR LARGER SIZE CABLE SUCH A RANGE CABLE THE SPLIT BOLT TYPE SHOULD HAVE A DIVIDER IN THE CONNECTOR ITSELF WHERE THE COPPER WILL CONNECT ON ONE SIDE OF THE DIVIDER AND THE ALUM ON THE OTHER SIDE AS YOU TIGHTEN THE NUT ON THE SPIT BOLT , HOPE THIS HELPED

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Electrical supply house, a large hardware store, ucha s lowes, the home depot, perhaps even sears hardware

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