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Bullet connnectors on front turns size?

3.9mm or 3.5mm I need to make some extensions for an 1800 ligjt bar.going on a 1300. The normal ones u find in stores are to large
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So close had to order the cobra relocator thing also. Turns hit the highway bars.
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MR. Shady,

Here you go for a source.

Electrical connector replacement sources

And another link for more.
https://www.google.com/search?q=hond...hrome&ie=UTF-8

2002 1800C ILLUSION BLUE - Cobra angle slash cuts - Cobra FI2000 - Memphis Fats 21" - Hondaline 24L bags with Easy Brackets - Corbin Gunfighter and a lot more.....


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3.9mm or 3.5mm I need to make some extensions for an 1800 ligjt bar.going on a 1300. The normal ones u find in stores are to large
3.5 is what fits up to my '03 1800s. I don't know if they ever changed.

I used cycleterminal.com and was happy with what I got.

I just recently replaced my hand controls and installed HD passing/turn signal lights and used these with good luck. I even added contacts to the OEM 9P and 6P connectors for my projects and they were drop-in replacements.
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THANKS Ladies and Gentlemen.. I woke up at 4am thinkin about it and just said hell its not my bike lol
cut and solder and shrink tube. workin like a charm now... If his bike was sitting all weekend in my garage
id never heard the end of it lol.
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Ready to go on when the relocator shows up tomorrow
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