I am replacing the old service drop wire from 4AWG to 4/0, as the panel has been upgraded for 200A service.
The service has been shut off at the pole, and I was able to remove the old service drop with the old meter box. Pictured are the wire from the pole (top left) and the old service drop wire (bottom right); both 4AWG.
The bolt connectors seem to be made for a 4 AWG in/out, so they likely wouldn't be able to accommodate the new drop wire being 4/0. My question is - Would this type of connector work (working under NEC 2017/2020, if code is even applicable here): https://www.amazon.com/ESGS-4-Easy-Splice-Line-Splice-Connector/dp/B0B37HRV7Q
Also, are there better alternatives to the splice linked above (expensive crimping and crimp tools aside)? If this is the best option that doesn't require crimping, it is what it is, just figured I'd ask.
Many thanks in advance.