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Old 08-20-2009, 10:02 AM   #1
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Where can I get H4 Male Connectors w/ Pigtail?

O'Reilly, Autozone, Advanced Auto Parts.... don't have them

I'm getting !!! I wasted 1/2 a day yesterday, looking for a $5 part.
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Old 08-20-2009, 10:50 AM   #3
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Old 08-20-2009, 10:53 AM   #4
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i bought mine here:
http://www.comagination.com/parts.htm

for my HID wiring harness.

you can also just use spades, but you will have to remember where they go.

if you need just one, i have i think 1 male left over. (may be one female)
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you can also just use spades, but you will have to remember where they go.
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and from what Ive been seeing in threads recently, Godsuki or Azylum know all about male connectors
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i bought mine here:
http://www.comagination.com/parts.htm

for my HID wiring harness.

you can also just use spades, but you will have to remember where they go.

if you need just one, i have i think 1 male left over. (may be one female)
Thanks for the link! I was hoping to find a local place, but maybe online is the only option. I need a few connectors (H9/H7/ and the H4). I purchased the H9 and H7 online... paid shipping and handling, then realized I forgot to add the H4 to the Order. The idea of paying another $5 S&H for a part that costs less that $5 kinda annoys me! But if that's the route I gotta go, then so be it. I'm still hoping someone here might know a local supply store.

I may just do spades, and already have a box of them, but I guess I'm just and want a cleaner connection.

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i searched and searched for a long time. i almost sacrificed a few light bulbs.

if i weren't so OCD, i would have just bought the flat terminals and shoved them into the female side.
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i searched and searched for a long time. i almost sacrificed a few light bulbs.

if i weren't so OCD, i would have just bought the flat terminals and shoved them into the female side.
I know what you mean. Not to mention... I want to get my bike on the road NOW!!! And it sucks to have all the parts I need, except for that one plug! The idea of waiting a few more days (particularly over the weekend) for it to ship is
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well, if you want it now, buy those flat blades for a few cents and then wire in the socket later.
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well, if you want it now, buy those flat blades for a few cents and then wire in the socket later.
That's what I'll do. I already placed the order on comagination, for the H4... only $3 shipping, so not so bad. Thanks again for the link... the prices are better than where I got the H9/H7s from.
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