Can anyone tell me where I can find the bullet type terminals used on the wiring for a 1981 GL 1100? The bike started life as an "I", by the time it bacame my project bike it had lost all of its fairings. As a result, the I need to make wire patches to go from the main wiring harness to the now free standing turn signals. The horns are not a problem they use a "spade terminal" which I had no problems finding a match at my local hardware store.
The smallest male/female bullet terminals I have been able to find at my local hardware store or NAPA dealers are (3.99mm) which are larger than those already on the turn signals that came in a box with the bike. I would like to duplicate the existing wire connections as much as possibe.
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I have found some rare connections at Radio Shack or even computer repair shops.You may have to buy in bulk but not too hard to find.
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I use digikey.com for most of my electronics, and they will have any type or size of bullet terminal you are looking for.
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