Electrical Terminal Kits??

GHARACING

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Anyone ever buy a 100+ piece kit... who makes a good one.

...rewiring the cj7...
 

Zambo

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I don't buy kits because you just end up with a few connectors that you want and a whole tray full of stuff you don't want. You can go to waytekwire.com and order a ton of quality terminals and connectors for little money. Get the uninsulated ones and some shrink wrap. You will then be able to inspect your crimp a lot better and also save a bucket of money. I put all the connectors in the top of a fishing tackle box and my electrical tools like crimpers, torch, soldering iron, dikes, etc in the bottom.
 

5.3Ranger

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Zambo is correct, Waytek is the shhh! I order supplies from them all the time. They ship the same day, email you status info, & usually have everything in stock as well. One of the better internet order operations around!!
 

Tipracer

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I don't buy kits because you just end up with a few connectors that you want and a whole tray full of stuff you don't want. You can go to waytekwire.com and order a ton of quality terminals and connectors for little money. Get the uninsulated ones and some shrink wrap. You will then be able to inspect your crimp a lot better and also save a bucket of money. I put all the connectors in the top of a fishing tackle box and my electrical tools like crimpers, torch, soldering iron, dikes, etc in the bottom.
X2 just dont forget the mirco butane torch to shrink up everything
 

Zambo

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I don't buy kits because you just end up with a few connectors that you want and a whole tray full of stuff you don't want. You can go to waytekwire.com and order a ton of quality terminals and connectors for little money. Get the uninsulated ones and some shrink wrap. You will then be able to inspect your crimp a lot better and also save a bucket of money. I put all the connectors in the top of a fishing tackle box and my electrical tools like crimpers, torch, soldering iron, dikes, etc in the bottom.
X2 just dont forget the mirco butane torch to shrink up everything
:):p:eek:
 
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