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Wiring Harness Plugs - Source?

Looking to see if anyone knows of a good source to get the plugs for the front gauge wire harness and the rear light/signals.
I'm installing aftermarket units and would like to make them plug-and-play with the wire-harness and plugs on the bike.

Thought about heading trying to find a wrecked bonnie and clipping the wires, but there's got to be some electronic supplier out there that can source them for us.
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Yes that would work with some modification for the rear, my signals will be installed near the stock location. But, I don't want to pay $50 for the whole thing when all I need is the little white plug on the end and some spare wire that I've got laying on my bench.

I got the part numbers for the gauge cluster plug and found a source. The connector is the Amp/TYCO Multilock 174058-2. The pins are 173682.

Hoping to find the rear plug part number and just order the whole lot together.
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Looking to see if anyone knows of a good source to get the plugs for the front gauge wire harness and the rear light/signals.
I'm installing aftermarket units and would like to make them plug-and-play with the wire-harness and plugs on the bike.

Thought about heading trying to find a wrecked bonnie and clipping the wires, but there's got to be some electronic supplier out there that can source them for us.
Hi ive used these guys on ebay UK for my connectors when i was rewiring my new rear light and indicators .the connectors are the same as OEM .
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...n#ht_876wt_719
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Yes that would work with some modification for the rear, my signals will be installed near the stock location. But, I don't want to pay $50 for the whole thing when all I need is the little white plug on the end and some spare wire that I've got laying on my bench.

I got the part numbers for the gauge cluster plug and found a source. The connector is the Amp/TYCO Multilock 174058-2. The pins are 173682.

Hoping to find the rear plug part number and just order the whole lot together.
Did you ever find a part # for the rear plug? I'll be looking to make a few harnesses soon.
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Did you ever find a part # for the rear plug? I'll be looking to make a few harnesses soon.
No I never found the part number. By the time I got around to doing the rear harness I was ready to be done and did just order the wiring harness mentioned above. Make sure you understand how it is put together and what all the plugs are supposed to be connected to. Had a bit of confusion until I searched around on here and got the full lowdown of how it is wired together.

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Looking to see if anyone knows of a good source to get the plugs for the front gauge wire harness and the rear light/signals.
I'm installing aftermarket units and would like to make them plug-and-play with the wire-harness and plugs on the bike.

Thought about heading trying to find a wrecked bonnie and clipping the wires, but there's got to be some electronic supplier out there that can source them for us.
For the rear harness plug go to http://www.hvccycle.com/electrical-connectors.html Check connector B19,this is the one I used to make my rear harness. You will need the proper crimper to correctly install the supplied harness pins.
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Based on the connectors listed on these sites I picked up a set of 5 on ebay for $7 yesterday that look like are the correct parts. I'll update once I receive them.

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