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Ian Parkin08/03/2018 17:28:21
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Has anyone any idea what this connector is called or where to buy from?

Its on a fancy new battery charger i’d Like more ends to put on different vehicles

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Edited By Ian Parkin on 08/03/2018 17:28:49

V8Eng08/03/2018 17:36:05
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I think they are usually called bullet connectors, available from: RS, Maplin, Halfords and a host of other suppliers.

Edited By V8Eng on 08/03/2018 17:38:58

Clive Brown 108/03/2018 17:36:16
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Try googling twin bullet connector

Mike Poole08/03/2018 17:52:13
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I think that may be a proprietary connector, have a look at the Vehicle Wiring Products website, they have a wide range of vehicle stuff and you may find an alternative that may mean changing all of the connectors. Check their DIN connectors.

Mike

I.M. OUTAHERE08/03/2018 18:09:31
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Its called an SAE connector .

A twin bullet connector looks similar but is not the same .

Dave Daniels08/03/2018 18:15:29
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Looks somewhat like what I once knew as a 'CES QD' connector.

One ref. I found but you won't be interested ... smiley

www.amazon.co.uk/Disconnect-Harness-Connector-Bullet-Coast/dp/B00MYDR18A

D.

Mike E.08/03/2018 18:19:37
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Its a common connector used in the USA used for 12 volt wiring, such as for splicing in temporary light connections into a vehicle wiring harness when renting utility trailers.

Neil Wyatt08/03/2018 18:58:52
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I've had a few of those on 12V equipment.

Neil

Andy Holdaway08/03/2018 19:01:15
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Ian, plenty on Ebay if you search for SAE Connector like this.

Andy

peak408/03/2018 19:04:36
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This one is slightly more affordable, provided you don't mind waiting for delivery from China

**LINK**

or a bit dearer from the UK

**LINK**

On the other hand a pair of bullet connectors and some Aldi/Lidl epoxy putty to make the bodies.

Shame Bardwells closed really. crying

Ian Parkin09/03/2018 09:13:58
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Many thanks everyone

ces ordered from amazon at a reasonable price

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