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Old January 16th, 2009   #1
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Default Terminal Extractor Pick

If you do very much electrical farkling, you sometimes need to remove a terminal from a connector.

Yeah, I know, some of you never make mistakes.

I have installed the terminal in the wrong hole of a connector and got tired of fighting it back out with a little screwdriver.

I finally found a cheap, albeit effective tool at NAPa Parts online, ordered it and picked it up at the local NAPA store. The part number is NW725168


http://www.napaonline.com/Search/Res...word&Nty=1&N=0

There is another one there for the next bigger size terminal.

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If you do a lot of electrical work, primarily making small wire harnesses for your add on stuff, Yamaha has a set of four that cover every Japanese terminal I've ever messed with.

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Do you have the part numbers, or pictures?

Also, the sources for these connectors are:

EasternBeaver.com--Connectors and tools
Electricalconnection.com--Connectors and LED's etc.
Vintageconnections.com--Connectors, OEM plastic sleeving etc.

And an additional source for connectors-

Posi-lock.com--Wire taps etc., so you can throw away all of those Scotch-Loc type clamshell connectors and use something that is actually effective and positive.
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