We need to put ferrite chokes onto the wires (which are loose, not a cable) connecting a circuit board to a motor and to a battery. We buy the board with the wires already soldered to it and the connectors already crimped to the other end of the wires. The IDs of the one-piece solid chokes are too small to fit the connectors through. The two-piece split chokes (snap-on type, etc.) all are either too large on the outside to fit in our limited space or are too small on the inside for the wires. Aside from unsoldering the wires from the board, putting the one-piece chokes onto the wires, and resoldering the wires to the board, is there a way to make this work?
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