Tomos wire harness

Okay so I have 2 used harnesses for my tomos lx and am not happy with the quality due to the age of them so I want to make my own, all of witch is easy except I can not find new wire connectors anywhere that match These! Does anyone know where I might be able to find some? Looked at at least 6 web site for auto wiring and can find a ton of connectors but not these. Also if I can find a supply I'm going to make a couple new harnesses if anyone is interested. Any help would be great! Thanks everyone

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Picture of the ones you are looking for?

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Maybe snip off the old connectors since you can't find anything that matches. Strip the ends and replace with some insulated spade or bullet connectors from your local hardware store.

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Why do the connectors have to match what you have ?

You're building new . Use new , both male and female , everywhere .

Have looked at sites like : https://cycleterminal.com

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u can recycle the connectors u have w new wire or just use the og stuff all it does is move ac

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♣Slew Foot♣ /

I use scrap computer parts Molex connectors those little tiny ones they're all cool all of them work little Dielectric grease in there waterproof

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If you do use the old connectors , insure that all are clean and connect scratch tight .

A loose connection is as good as no connection .(edited)

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If I’m going through the trouble of making a new harness I’m not going to use my old connecters. And I need the original style connectors because of headlight/ horn/stator/ ect. I can’t change those so they have to stay the same. But it looks like that site might have what I’m looking for!

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> Tanner Barb Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> If I’m going through the trouble of making a new harness I’m not going

> to use my old connecters. And I need the original style connectors

> because of headlight/ horn/stator/ ect. I can’t change those so they

> have to stay the same. But it looks like that site might have what I’m

> looking for!

That's^ what I would do . ;)

You might think about making custom connections for the headlight/ horn/stator/ ect. .

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