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Unread 03-12-2014, 08:16 PM   #1
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Best light electrical connectors...

I have been using these lately: Deutsche Connector 2 pin 8183. Kind of expensive but superior if your wiring will be exposed to weather/salt. CAT uses them and we use them on mining projects. I have been installing a pair of Cero's and have found that if I want to remove my lights with little hassle this is the way to go.

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Unread 03-13-2014, 07:54 AM   #2
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I use Delphi weather packs for mine. Same concept, cheaper price.
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I also use the Delphi weather packs, have a whole assortment of them but have been seriously thinking of trying out the Deutsche Connectors. I like that they are more compact and easier to connect and disconnect too.
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I use Delphi weather packs for mine. Same concept, cheaper price.
True. Anything related to mining or CAT is going to be over priced.
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You can get these at Autozone. They will have know idea what you are talking about but if you coax them to search for you they will find them at $10 a set. They are sold as an MSD Connector 8183.
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