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Question Type of Connector for Accessories?

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What type of connectors are needed to hook up to the accessories sockets located in the head light bucket and the right side rear cover? They look like double bullet type connectors per socket but the single bullet connectors I have don't seem to fit. Does radio shack have them?

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Got my bullet connectors at Advance, I did have to remove the plastic insulator. A little bit of heat shrink I was good to go.


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Got my bullet connectors at Advance, I did have to remove the plastic insulator. A little bit of heat shrink I was good to go.
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Go to Radio Shack and buy regular spade lugs. Leave theinsulation alone and when you plug in you won't have a chance of shorting out to any metal around there. They look like flat shovels and you crimp them on the wire and push them in.

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Or you could just go here:
http://www.vintageconnections.com/


And buy the right connector to fit the stock ones.


The 4mm? bullet connectors are sold seperately, so you can just buy like 25 "male" connectors (smallest quantity allowed) for 5 bucks and sell the ones you don't need to fellow members...........


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Or you could just go here:
http://www.vintageconnections.com/


And buy the right connector to fit the stock ones.


The 4mm? bullet connectors are sold seperately, so you can just buy like 25 "male" connectors (smallest quantity allowed) for 5 bucks and sell the ones you don't need to fellow members...........


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