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Thread: Hood Grounding Strap

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    So in your pic, that would be the top one. But I see you have two. Maybe this differs on coupes. Anyways, I would slide it down, so the loom has more room to bend vs being folded.

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    I've looked everywhere for the correct terminals and no one has them listed online that I can find. Using an original that was unfolded, a design was made in Fusion and then a brass replacement was cut by ScS. I had to create a 3D printed press tool (still a work in progress) to fold the sides up into a ready to crimp terminal. That will get tinned after so the original gray finish is restored.

    No eta is sight for completion, but taking small steps here and there.






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