Electrical Parts Needed
steven at bixbys.net
Thu Mar 8 16:48:53 PST 2007
Wow, nice selection on that site.
I bought single shells/pins from Cal Sport Touring, which stocks the
Electrical Connection parts. It helps that CST happens to be my local shop,
so I didn't have to pay the $8-shipping-for-$4-in-parts shipping
Having one of the kits, like "Professional Kit CK-5" from the
vintageconnections site would have been awesome! I used a half-assed
stripper/crimper and found it wholly annoying for crimping. I think the $35
ratcheting crimper is worth the cost, and one of these days I'll order up
both the set and the tool just to ensure I have it when I want it.
On 3/8/07, Art Lischer <alisch80 at mchsi.com> wrote:
> I don't remember what those terminals look like, I'm out of town right
> now. But I have used this guy for MC OEM style connectors and they are
> excellent. HTH.
> Good Luck, Art in DM
> Chris Bowen wrote:
> > Anyone know where I could get the (OEM) male terminals that connect to
> the fuse box? I
> > have the plug but want to run my own wiring. (Yes, Charles, I'm still
> working on
> > it!!--That'll be the last time I run the bike up to the in-laws so the
> brother-in-law can
> > "help out."
> > -CB NYC
> > '95 GPZ
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