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post #1 of 5 Old Dec 26th, 2018, 7:30 am Thread Starter
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Well through my efforts of updating my radio and doing routine maintenance I have manged to lose a couple of these or had them break. I have seen some of the kits on ebay with this kind of stuff anybody have another source?
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They look like fairly common 'well nuts.' I've sourced them many times from my local hardware store, who has a pretty good supply of stuff like that. If you have access to an industrial hardware outlet, that is even better. They should be easy to find.

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They look like fairly common 'well nuts.' I've sourced them many times from my local hardware store, who has a pretty good supply of stuff like that. If you have access to an industrial hardware outlet, that is even better. They should be easy to find.

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The common ones will work, but they arenít as nice as the BMW ones that have the washer in them.

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Get rid of those useless connectors that last only once and replace with Clip Nuts.
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Get rid of those useless connectors that last only once and replace with Clip Nuts.
Bad advice. In this application, well nuts are far superior to clip nuts.

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