I am supplying new service to my stove/oven. The current wiring (8 gague) comes into a junction box below the stove. There it splits off to go to the oven (8 gague run) and the stove (10 gague run).
I am only replacing up to the junction box. The wires from the junction box to the stove and oven will stay the same. My new supply run will be 8 gague
In the junction box each wire is connected by a connector that looks like a nut/bolt with a slot in it. It is then wrapped in electrical tape. This was done about 50 years ago. Is there a more 'modern' method of connecting wires of this size (2 8 gague and 1 10 gague).