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    Great tool for rebuilding terminals in wiring harnesses.

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    Re: Great tool for rebuilding terminals in wiring harnesses.

    I got a set of those on Amazon or eBay a while back. I think I paid about $3 though.


    https://www.ebay.com/p/26pcs-Car-Wir...CABEgJG7vD_BwE


    I gotta warn you though, these are the flimsiest things ever. I would really consider them single use and frustrating. I ended up going back to a 6” pick.


    This would be better: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007WQQHA2..._t3_B008PV8F30

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    Re: Great tool for rebuilding terminals in wiring harnesses.

    I had no idea these existed! That looks so awesome, I feel like I'm constantly fighting with wiring harnesses (and losing). I definitely need a set.
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    Re: Great tool for rebuilding terminals in wiring harnesses.

    Quote Originally Posted by minuteman048;6 1997
    That is a reasonable price and they look strong enough to use without breakage.
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    Re: Great tool for rebuilding terminals in wiring harnesses.

    Im glad I did a public service.
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    Re: Great tool for rebuilding terminals in wiring harnesses.

    I saw those in my facebook feed the other day, almost guppied in, but my jeweler's screwdrivers usually work. Plus I need to buy a couple things at Harbor Freight to work on my 1904 brass cash register. My tool budget is limited :-)
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    Re: Great tool for rebuilding terminals in wiring harnesses.

    Think I'm going to pick some up for work, better than fiddling with a pick trying to repair a connector. And great price compared to getting a name brand kit off the tool truck

    Thanks for sharing minuteman!

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