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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-29-2003, 10:37 AM Thread Starter
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Need JIMGOFAST work number... need electrical parts

Does anyone know where Jim works or his work number? I know he sells electrical supplies.... and I need some ASAP!

I actually need to order some special electrical connetors and the local vendor we normally deal with can't get me what I need in a short lead time.

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Just left you a message giving you an option to you problem. other wise its a 5-6 day lead time!

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Hey Jim,

What kind of stuff can you get? Automotive-industry connectors by chance? I'm trying to get a hookup with a few vendors but things are dragging on REALLY slowly. If you can get me metra-pak stuff, I may need to talk to you...

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Hey Jim,

What kind of stuff can you get? Automotive-industry connectors by chance? I'm trying to get a hookup with a few vendors but things are dragging on REALLY slowly. If you can get me metra-pak stuff, I may need to talk to you...

I've never heard of Metra-Pak, did a search on the internet and found nothing. what type of automotive connectors are you looking for? simple spade connectors and splices or are you looking for factory style plugs with multiple pins in it? if its the later then i cant help you if its the spades and splices i can probably help you.

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I'll take 50 cases of the simple spade connector and splices...
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Thanks guys! Thanks Jim! Problem solved.

FYI - I was just looking for a simple field installable 3 PIN connectors for 120VAC application. I might still also look into useing standard twist-lock grounded plugs. but that's much bulkier than what I was originally looking to use.
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Metra-pak is the actual brand-name of the connectors. It's GM/Ford/Chrysler factory-style connectors.

I'd need the factory stuff, not just spade and butt-splices.

If you can't get it, no prob. I already have a contact to get the stuff... he's just a little slow...

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