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Old 07-03-2012, 05:54 PM
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Electrical Connector kit

Does anyone know if theres an assortment kit of electrical connectors? When I built my truck I used a new wiring harness but it didn't have any connectors so all the wiring is one peice, with no quick-connects. Just wondering if there are any kits that have several different kinds(some 2 wire, some 4wire etc.)
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Not sure on a kit, but I have used the Weatherpack type connectors, and will be doing again on my 1960 project. But I am not trying to keep stock, just something that will give me good protection. I buy small boxes of each size, plus the seals and pins from my local CARQUEST store.
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Ebay is full of kits but chances are you will get a bunch you don't need and not enough of what you want!

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I don't know if this helps, but I spend most of my days doing wiring and have found almost anything I can think of on this site Automotive Wire Terminals - Battery Cable & Electrical Supplies. They usually get me my order the same week and carry a lot of stuff I have had a hard time finding other places.

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Hey RV, that's a great site!
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Hey RV, that's a great site!
I have used it for a number of years as they have a lot of stuff that my wholesale distributors can't supply.

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Jegs also has a nice weatherpack starter kit.
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Jegs also has a nice weatherpack starter kit.
JEGS Performance Products 10750 JEGS Weatherpack Connectors
You will need special tools for working with weatherpack fittings.
Thanks, that's what I was looking for, I can get all that stuff individually through NAPA but was looking for a kit with everything. Maybe I'll check on ebay for a bigger one.
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Colin, not sure how big of kit you need, this place is where I bought my wire and supplies. They have a couple bigger kits.
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