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Old 09 July 2008, 12:31   #1
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Duraseal terminals

Anybody any idea where I can buy small quantities of Duraseal or equivalent ring and spade terminals?
The only places I can see are places like RSwww and they have minimum quanties of 100 or more, I only need a dozen or more of each kind.
I had enough to do most of the wiring and just need a dozen or s of each to finish off, to buy them at the quantities RS want would mean spending around 100 for 24 crimps!
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Old 09 July 2008, 12:54   #2
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what about your local auto shop, can they help, or even go in to a small garage and ask for a few
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Try these guys:-

http://www.furneauxriddall.com/shop/

I use them all the time.

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Cheers Nasher, they had what I needed.
I had tried the local factors etc and when asked just got blank looks, even the two local chandlers/marinas didn't have them.
A web search didn't bring up anything bar RS and farnell who had minimum order quantities.
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Old 10 July 2008, 06:42   #5
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That's because you were looking for a specific brand - Wurth supply crimp heatshrink connectors of good quality in small boxes.
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