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Old 04-01-2004, 07:29 AM   #1
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My '67 Overlander came without a battery, but more importantly, it came without the female half of the electrical connector. The specs on the male half shown below indicate it is a "turn and pull" connector made by Arrow Hart. The two contacts together are rated 20A at 250V.

I have been unable to locate a replacement two conductor female half. All the "turn and pull" connectors easily available are three conductor. Not a big deal to replace both halves & just not use one leg, but it would be great to just replace the missing half.

Anyone know where I can get the female half of the connector pictured below?

Thanks,
Tom
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That looks like either a NEMA L2-20R or a NEMA ML-1R. Try WW Grainger, 1912 Jordan Lane NW, Huntsville, AL.
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Thanks for the part number! I had not thought about Grainger. The NEMA L2-20R appears to be functionally compatible. Now if I can find it for less than Grainger's $16.52 price tag...
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