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Hey everyone, like most of you I have wires running throughout the inside of the cage. Unfortunately, like most of you, I have to remove my cage to get the hood off. With that said, I would like to put some quick disconnects at the base of where the wire heads up the a-pillar. Any ideas where I can pick up some single male and female disconnects that are at the least weather resistant?

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Hey everyone, like most of you I have wires running throughout the inside of the cage. Unfortunately, like most of you, I have to remove my cage to get the hood off. With that said, I would like to put some quick disconnects at the base of where the wire heads up the a-pillar. Any ideas where I can pick up some single male and female disconnects that are at the least weather resistant?

Thanks!
Why not use bullet connectors? JEGS 10737 - JEGS Premium Heat Seal Crimp Connector Kit - JEGS

Or use a weather resistant multiconnector for Whip/Lights, ect...MSD Weathertight Sealed Connectors - JEGS

You might be able to find locally at Fastenal, Grainger
 

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I was gonna suggest the same thing az amsoil, the weather tight multi-connector is the way you wanna go IMO. Bullets are good, or even the spade style, but then you must connect/re-connect each wire individually ricking the chance of damaging the wire to connector integrity.
 

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I cust my plastic hood on both sides so I can remove it without taking the cage off. Still is tight to get it off but it works better for me than taking the cage off everytime I want the hood off.
 

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Ya I am not sure that I want to cut the hood right now. I am not expecting to remove my cage, just in the case that I do, would like to have the disconnects :)
 

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I used the weather pack connectors, or GM style they are called also, worked out perfect.


Most of my add-ons have them, easy on, easy off, just in case.





glamisrob, can you post a few pictures, please.
 

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I'm using the weather pack connectors. Available at Kartek for those of you in so cal...
 

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I cust my plastic hood on both sides so I can remove it without taking the cage off. Still is tight to get it off but it works better for me than taking the cage off everytime I want the hood off.
I did the same thing screw taking cage off at 6 points actually seven
 

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I used the k-4 connectors, not too bad to put together....
 
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