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Spark plug wire: where to get?

I've seen others get colored spark plug wires to kind of match their paint job. So I think I might like to do that too. Where do I get it?

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I've seen others get colored spark plug wires to kind of match their paint job. So I think I might like to do that too. Where do I get it?
They have pages of them here

https://www.denniskirk.com/search/sp....q/20.ipp/3.pg

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Ooo, somehow I didn't think they'd be that much. I'll probably have to wait on those then.

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I thought I would like bright yellow sparkplug wires to brighten up the old gal a bit and match my general riding gear, so got a set from NGK, they got here yesterday and are beautiful. I haven't looked at the bike yet, but see that the coil end of the new wires is just cut off, no connector. I suppose I'll figure it out, but thought you might care to give some input on how to best connect the cut end to the coil. Thanks.
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Use the ends from the old set. If I remember right, you slide the end up the wire and remove the little o ring first and then take the end off.

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Use the ends from the old set. If I remember right, you slide the end up the wire and remove the little o ring first and then take the end off.
Ah So...many thanks, Skyboxer!
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