The MY28 is a large powerfull crimptool that is used to crimp BACT12G terminals.
Let's use this tool to make a dual ground connection on a gauge 1 ground cable.
We will use two BACT12G-102 flag terminals.
The dual ground by means of these flag terminals is a way of distributing the electron flow over a larger area and reduce the chance of a overheat at the terminal or the terminal connection.
We take a length of gauge 1/0 cable, strip off the appropriate length, put a length of heatshrinkable sleeve over the cable (don't forget to do this now) and put the two 1/0 size flag terminals over it.
This tool has a adjustable size selector, I set the scale to gauge 1/0.
I crimp the outer one first.
With the proper size selected, the crimp should firmly grip the cable.
The inner flag terminal can now be positioned in it's proper place and crimped.
The second flag terminal get's crimped.
The heatshrink gets shoved out to the inner flag terminal and shrunk.
This dual ground cable is now ready to be installed onto the ground studs.