I noticed in a lot of reviews, that people were saying the terminal holes aren't that big and can be difficult fitting the twisted wires in, but my god! I didn't think it'd be THAT difficult. I want to replace a double socket and have purchased the mentioned socket as I've always found other MK products to be reliable. But does anyone have any tips on twisting the two sets of wires together so they'll fit in neatly? Each strand, on it's own is quite a thick guage so it makes it that bit harder twisting one set onto the other so that you get a thin, but reasonable length, tried using pliers, but it's hard to twist them at the right point (if that makes any sense), I thought about snapping some of the strands, but then realised (schoolboy error?), that the strands must be thick for a reason, ie. to carry large a large current, and I'm sure by cutting some strands away, the remaining strands, will surely get quite hot!. Whats best to use, long nose pliers for accuracy, but difficult, to twist the two pairs of strands tight enough to fit into terminals, or normal size pliers, that I found allow me to twist them together tighter and more narrower, but more difficult to twist neatly so that the joined strands are actually long enough to stay in the terminals lol. I'm sure someone out there must've had the same horrible time fitting these sockets!