We report the use of a series of high-temperature superconducting leads in a cryostat that require no soldering to replace in the event of a failed lead. The temperature range spanned by the leads is 50 to 3 Kelvin and they typically carry currents up to 4 amperes although they have a much higher capacity in this temperature range. The leads are integrated into the cryostat by clamping both ends to gold-plated copper pads. Support of the leads over the 25 cm length is provided by a simple G10 strong back. Details of the clamping interface, measurements of joint resistances, and other interesting observations will be discussed.