I have an 1986 Toyota Sunrader Adventure 1. The rear taillights are functional in all manner but the housing, frame and lenses are all close to totally failing. I purchased:
https://www.etrailer.com/Trailer-Lights/Bargman/47-84-104.html as a replacement. I already have an LED taillight bar mounted high and wired up with scotchlocks(need to find better solution). When I install the new lights I'd like to re-do the wiring to the best possible long-term solution. Originally I was going to use piggyback spade connector terminals but have read that that is a weak solution. I am looking at using uninsulated butt connectors + adhesive heat shrink tubing. I was also considering wiring up Anderson powerpoles for connecting the lights but unsure if that is overkill. Any recommendations for splicing 3 wires together, step-down butt connector with 2 wires in the large end? My main concerns are reliability and safety. Willing to spend in this area.
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