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    Japanese Automotive Electrical Connectors and Terminals

    https://www.hi-1000ec.com/

    I just bought $50 USD of bits & pieces from these guys this morning plus $20 USD shipping, I got three emails from them since.

    #1 order confirmation
    #2 shipping confirmation 6hrs later (it's going out today by EMS)
    #3 photo's of the components from my order, with the packaging and shipping document

    Amazing service for a small shitty order.

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    Might have to jump on and do a order, i need some JZ connectors
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    Can use this site to confirm part numbers, sizing etc too before ordering. http://prd.sws.co.jp/components/en/index.php
    Have to be careful with the Sumitomo connectors, whilst it may be the same dimensions, they come in different configurations, such as which side the tab is on the connector, so if you get it wrong the connector won't actually fit the housing..
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeverlyHillsCop View Post
    Can use this site to confirm part numbers, sizing etc too before ordering. http://prd.sws.co.jp/components/en/index.php
    Have to be careful with the Sumitomo connectors, whilst it may be the same dimensions, they come in different configurations, such as which side the tab is on the connector, so if you get it wrong the connector won't actually fit the housing..
    Yep, and the fuckers on Aliexpress often list them against the wrong part number.
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    Japanese Automotive Electrical Connectors and Terminals

    And the parcel arrived this morning. No shit, ordered Thursday, delivered Monday.

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    Last edited by Jack Nicholson; 12-11-18 at 09:27 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marv View Post
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    People must assume you are some sort of drug dealer with all these nice cars turning up to a fibro home

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    Thanks for posting Jack, I need some connecters to extend the narrow band wiring on the Suzuki, was wondering where I would get them. Now I know.

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