Agreed with Brian. I would replace with OEM one. Might cost you a bit extra, but ensures that it meets factory spec and a good connection. Could save you lots of headaches and/or worn out electrical system parts.
I put on a load of cable ends. Cleaning, crimping, even soldering sometimes. Fair to good results.
But it really is best to get a whole new cable, and always bigger diameter wire than stock, if possible.
I had problems with the connector on my 2001 Odyssey positive cable, and the dealer didn't have one, but said it cost $140, as it ran for some distance and down to the starter. I found a set of connectors at Advanced Auto, and it has worked out ok.
Like side terminals, the threaded stud terminals are tough to properly attach jumper cables to. The stainless steel nuts used in trucks are very hard and the jumper cable clamps dont bite well into the nut.