Looks like Great plains is sold out couldn't find them on the site. At any rate, for the single sided connectors you need .156 crimp style (do not get trifucon.... the don't work on edge connectors). Get the correct gauged ones (18 or 22) - that way the insulation is gripped correctly (get some of each).
For the double sided connectors sometimes you need bifurcated ones - look at the ones in your connector shell if there is an empty area down the middle it's the bifurcated type. (I'm not sure of the reason these are used sometimes.... maybe the solid ones are 'too solid' when putting them on the edge connector?)
For the pin type connections you can get trifurcon, these offer greater mechanical connection (good for high vibration areas) like your pop bumper driver board connections. AFAIK they are rated the same current capacity though (I'd have thought they were higher since more mating surface, but apparently not).
Most of the connectors are the lower current ones. Don't get gold plated though, dissimilar metals aren't good in connectors. Look at digikey and mouser links from ForceFlow - also other pintailers sell them like marco etc. but sometimes they're pricey.