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Question Water Proof Electrical Connectors.

I am Calling on the Masses at Hand. Because I am Searching 4 Waterproof Connectors. Looked at the corner hardware store, Home Depot and Menards but they just Don't Have what I want. Any places online that I do not know aboot.

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try https://www.delcity.net/ we get a lot of odd electric items from them for r[help when we restore a car
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I fine the Delphi work real good. I still add dielectric grease though to be safe.

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I have been using these ones for years without any issue, both for automotive and snowblower applications.



https://www.ebay.com/itm/Two-Pin-2-W...oAAOSwKhJdJxZC


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https://www.ebay.com/itm/10Set-2-Pin...YAAOSw9mtd8HzH






they also have them in 3, 4, 5, 6 pins.
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I am also a user of di-electric and I also use the heat shrink connectors, or heat shrink tubbing if need be.

My brother has also used FlexSeal Tape with good results as well.

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Deutsch Connectors are good, used in automotive applications



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I also use the Deutsch connectors..... I assembled a Master kit years ago, for the repair and installation on Truck and Off Road Equipment. I have the Deutsch Crimpers also. They are an OEM connector for many manufacture's. I stock 1 - 12 cavity connectors. They are also available for different wire gauge sizes. They are heavily supported. They hold up well when used as lighting connectors on Highway plows and Sanders....pretty hostile environment.


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I am also a user of di-electric and I also use the heat shrink connectors, or heat shrink tubbing if need be.

My brother has also used FlexSeal Tape with good results as well.
di-electric grease is a most even in dry areas as it helps stop corroding of the terminals inside the connector. butt connectors i personally like the solder seal type https://www.delcity.net/store/Heat-S...05408.h_824682 when heated the silver solder melts ,seems to do a job like having soldered and applied heat shrink tubing in one shot
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