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What's this part called

By transprtr4u

3 months ago



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#1 3 months ago

Connects GI and pop bumper wiring . Its a tab shaped connector !
Thanks in advance for the help

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#3 3 months ago

Yep just a crimp eyelet that was soldered for guaranteed reliability

#4 3 months ago

Thanks ... saw them on the Marco sight but didn't book mark the page ... looked it up under eyelet, nothing there ..
Thanks for quick replies

#5 3 months ago

Ring terminal

#7 3 months ago
Quoted from tomtest:

YES RING TERMINAL!!

Sometimes called a 'ground lug', regardless of being used for ground or not. Sort of a generic name tho, like Kleenex.

But it looks like ring terminal is the proper name if you do a search for it.

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#8 3 months ago

I believe mbwalker is right. The wires and blob-o-solder on the end made it look like a crimp on ring terminal with the wires soldered into the crimp.

For various sizes and configurations, see here:
https://www.keyelco.com/category.cfm/Terminals-Lug-Lockwasher/Solder-Terminal-Lugs/p/509/id/514/c_id/770

and here:
https://www.keyelco.com/category.cfm/Terminals-Lug-Lockwasher/Lockwasher-Terminal-Lugs/p/509/id/514/c_id/769

#9 3 months ago

Also known as a solder lug.

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