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Slide in terminal

Postby 38racing » Sat Feb 09, 2019 6:55 pm

Anyone know where I might get these for less than $1 cdn each?
https://www.bantasaw.com/catalog/viewpr ... ?i=&p=3055
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Re: Slide in terminal

Postby RoyM » Sat Feb 09, 2019 9:59 pm

Yeah, they get expensive in the convenient little blister packs. Are you near a large center that might have an electronics supplier who sells in bulk bins?
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Re: Slide in terminal

Postby bgsengine » Sat Feb 09, 2019 10:43 pm

you got a source for Oregon parts up there in canuckland? Oregon 33-351 would be the part number to look for - they're all over ebay as well - used to list them in 2-packs and 5-packs but with postage costs now starting at $2.68-$3.09 for the lightest package, it's no longer worth it to list them in any less than 10-packs
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Re: Slide in terminal

Postby KE4AVB » Sun Feb 10, 2019 12:55 am

These Aptiv terminals are available in Canada for under .80 CAD ea. Just don't know what the shipping rates is like inside Canada from Ontario.

Just be aware that there are 20-18 ga, 16-14 gauge, and 12-10 gauge female and male versions. Comes in strips of 20 each; just use wire cutters to separate. So which Female PN do you need for the Google search?

Just going by the picture and what eBay sites sells you just don't know which ones you getting and they do need to be match to wire gauge for proper crimping. Also no more than two wires per terminal or you need to step up a gauge size.

Edit: BGS even at Power Distributors the Oregon PN you gave is still double what I pay for the 16-14 ga version but of course I get the .65 down to .45 and under .30 if buying 100 at a time. I actually sell them at the 0.65 price and make a decent profit.
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Re: Slide in terminal

Postby KE4AVB » Sun Feb 10, 2019 9:18 am

I also add that the open barrel crimper use to crimp the females terminals all in one crimp action can NOT be used on the male terminals without modification. Since I have a machinist friend I got him to make the mod that I needed though I had get a second set dies to do this. The problem is the insulation crimp section is too wide for the male terminals and damages the guide wings.
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Re: Slide in terminal

Postby 38racing » Sun Feb 10, 2019 1:00 pm

bgsengine wrote:you got a source for Oregon parts up there in canuckland? Oregon 33-351 would be the part number to look for - they're all over ebay as well - used to list them in 2-packs and 5-packs but with postage costs now starting at $2.68-$3.09 for the lightest package, it's no longer worth it to list them in any less than 10-packs

Using the oregon number I found on amazon.ca for 1.49 compared to my supplier at .94.
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Re: Slide in terminal

Postby 38racing » Sun Feb 10, 2019 1:10 pm

And ebay.ca has become a joke. 10$ for 2 and over 20$ shipping fee.
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Re: Slide in terminal

Postby KE4AVB » Sun Feb 10, 2019 4:53 pm

38Racing with you trying to be secretive there is probably no reason for me to tell you there is a place in Kitchener, Ontario that would have about 98% of the connectors and terminals you need for lawnmowers where you tied to equipment OEM prices or the lack of availability.

Therefore I dropping out of this thread.
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Re: Slide in terminal

Postby 38racing » Sun Feb 10, 2019 11:41 pm

KE4AVB wrote:38Racing with you trying to be secretive there is probably no reason for me to tell you there is a place in Kitchener, Ontario that would have about 98% of the connectors and terminals you need for lawnmowers where you tied to equipment OEM prices or the lack of availability.

Therefore I dropping out of this thread.

I really don't understand what you mean about me being secretive. The link to bantasaw is where I get most of my parts and my price from them is .94 cents a connector. I just wondered if there was someplace to get them for less.
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Re: Slide in terminal

Postby hanz63 » Tue Feb 12, 2019 9:59 pm

It seems to me someone here, maybe KE4AVB turned me on to these when I was looking for something better quality that the OEP terminals. They are.
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