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I bought a pump from PWMALL. It has this plug on it. Where do you buy them?

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Hey art looks like the end of a battery tender.

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Art,

Check Advance Auto Parts.

Hank

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It was on the 5850 pump I bought Mario. I went to Advance and Radio Shake and they didn't have it Hank. I cut it off and shrink wraped the wires for now. I'd like to get that plug for next time around. Why the would sell the pump without the other end, I don't know.

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I wouldn't use that plug anyway. Just make a good splice with a butt connector.

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Walmart sells them look in trailer sections

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I've seen them in Advance auto parts too

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Art

Im told that the 5850 like many Delivan pumps are made in China and the connectors were not part of their spec but that is the way the manufacturer produces them, probably for ease of production line assembly.

Anyway I found this link to Amazon http://www.amazon.com/CES-Gauge-Quick-Disconnect-Harness/dp/B006ZOGYUU

I have not bought the connector yet but it sure looks like it could be the twin to the Delevan pump connector.

Hope this helps

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Why don't you just cut it off and use something that's readily available?

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Ed Thompson wrote:

Why don't you just cut it off and use something that's readily available?


 I did Ed. this post is a month old. Charlie is just trying to help out. Thanks Charlie



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"Why don't you just cut it off and use something that's readily available? " thats what she said.....sorry cold out.

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OK I found out what that plug end is for. Scroll down some

 

 http://stores.ebay.com/priindustriesinc/Diaphragm-Pumps-/_i.html?_fsub​=2093838018

 



-- Edited by Art O on Wednesday 21st of January 2015 05:48:45 PM

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