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    Default Deutch connectors

    Best place to buy them???

    just got the factory triple ballast wiring cables and they all have the connectors. the tsunami's i will use will for drain do not have them. I guess i can cut them off, but i kinda paid for them.
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    Got a large Harley shop near you? H-D has been using them for years on everything so they generally have a good selection. Just make sure to take the pump with you to match up the connector as there are a few styles.
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    here is a link to buy

    http://www.deutschconnector.com/
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    Razz, i will check the local harley dealer.

    Hoopskier Thanks for the link.

    I will look into the pre made wire connectors. (5 pre made are 76.00 without shipping.) 15 bucks a piece, maybe i will be using other connectors where i need to.

    The crimping tool is 200 plus bucks
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    I got mine from my local Moomba dealer. Cost me like $5-$10.

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    02Outback
    were they prewired? and was that 5-10 dollars each?

    thx
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmvotto View Post
    The crimping tool is 200 plus bucks
    Crimping tool for what?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Razzman View Post
    Crimping tool for what?
    If you buy them not pre wired then you would have to put them together.

    dt crimping tools

    http://www.deutschconnector.com/prod...tor_tools.html
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    Joe you don't need no steenkin' crimping tool!

    I've put many of those together without one. You have the pin, which you have to attach to the wire, the housing which contains the inner seal the pins go through and the retainer which locks the pins in place.

    Simply strip the wire and place into pin slot, wrap the tabs at the bottom of the pin around the wire cover one side at a time and squeeze with needlenose until it's firmly locked but not squished. Heat and float a drop of solder into the pin, seriously a small drop! Do all your pins.

    Push pins up into the bottom of housing through rubber seal until they click into place and then place the retainer over the top of pins until it clicks into place and your done.

    If a 117hp shaking Harley can't break them or make them fail then i'll gaurantee a boat can't!
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    I have something like this:

    http://www.laddinc.com/our-products/...c015-1265.html

    I put it together - it was very easy.

    Rinkers Boat World here in Houston had them and charged me, I think $6 for it. There are two pieces you need. Let me check my receipt this evening and I will get you part numbers.

    Here is another thread where a guy used the same thing, except he used an 8-pin connector instead of 4, like me.
    http://moomba.com/msgboard/showthrea...ker+connectors

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