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Old Streetfighter Motorcycle Forum Post 10-20-2019, 01:36 PM   #1
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Just a longshot.

Hoping someone might know what type of terminal this is.



Can't find it anywhere. OEM terminal on the RZ350 Neutral Sensor. Grips tightly onto a 4mm bolt. I think the ring is split so the bolt doesn't have to be removed to install the wire.

May have to find an appropriate ring connector and cut it myself. Or, reuse this cooked terminal.
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Old Streetfighter Motorcycle Forum Post 10-20-2019, 01:52 PM   #2
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It’s called a “fork ring terminal”. Go to EasternBeaver.com then Motorcycle Electrical Products > Terminals > 1/4-1/3 way down. They have them for M4, M5 and M6 bolts.

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Thanks, Doug. I'm amazed.

When I search for "fork ring terminal," there are zero results.

When I search all terminals, I don't see them anywhere.

Website says they're made by Mitsubishi and Hero in Japan. Trying to figure out if there's another name for them.

The hole size on my OEM piece is 3.5mm. Holds tight on 3.8mm threads. Maybe I need a 3mm size terminal.

Website says 6mm terminal has 6.4mm hole. Website says 4mm terminal has 6.4mm hole. Hard to figure out the sizing.
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If you don't want to wait on the shipping from Japan, I've found this guy to be most excellent, although Eastern Beaver is good as well:

http://www.cycleterminal.com/ring-terminals.html

That's where I've gotten most of my crimping tools, and a bunch of the connectors to replace the fried ones on a GSXR I'm rebuilding...
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Sorry, just realized he has no stock on the split rings.

Still a good source for connectors and terminals though.
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if you can't find the right part, I doubt it'd take too long to modify from a full ring terminal.

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Hmm, used to see those on coil wiring on old cars. Like from the 40's and 50's. Doubt that helps you much. I never did understand them. It just seems like a weakened version of a ring. Unless there's a nub they lock in to to keep the terminal from spinning? I think Junkie has the right idea.
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Take a look at https://www.restorationstuff.com/featured4.html.
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