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90* Slip-on Connector Repair Parts
How many of you have the 90* connectors busted out and replaced with ring connectors or other ad hoc devices?  Most Mustang catalogs list a pigtail for repairs, but they are not large enough to fit over the #10 screw posts that Ford used everywhere.  Even NAPA doesn't have the right part, although they say it fits Fords from the vintage era.  I finally found a cheap supply of the right size (0.190" x 18") from a truck supply outfit, but they don't sell directly to the public.  I found a reasonably priced source from Ryder Fleet Products: $0.97 each, but their website says quantity of 10 minimum.  Here's the link:

Hope this helps y'all out!

Let me check your shorts!

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It will help, thanks. I used to have a supply of them that I salvaged at wrecking yards, but just have one or two left.

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