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BMW r80 1985 on Main loom

Anyone know how to get hold of replacement round terminals for the ELDRA 6 way connectors?
odd size 3.25mm dia not listed in Polevolt, or Vehicle wiring products,or RS.

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  • cyril_fruitb Oct 12, 2009

    Sorry, do not see any matches, http://www.laddinc.com/home.aspx
    heavily overengineered, not chunky, rough and ready in the beemer loom.

    thanks for your input though.

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This is a great site for all euro pin connectors
http://www.laddinc.com/home.aspx

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