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Old 09-20-2015, 09:10:51 PM
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Where would I get a sparkplug boot like the one in this picture? Its hard bakelite with a screw molded into it that threads into the plug wire. There should also be a rubber boot below it to somewhat seal it from splashed water. The rubber part is missing in the photo. I need two.

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Default Re: sparkplug boot like this one

i remember seeing what you are talking about on older snowmobiles not sure if the newer ones use that also
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Should find it here. http://www.restorationstuff.com/featured4.html
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Nothing like I'm looking for in their catalog, thanks. I think I once saw an old Indian motorcycle with boots like I need but I haven't found them searching the web yet. These boots are for my 1937 Munci Neptune outboard motor. I have Rajah terminals on it now but they don't offer any water protection.
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British motorcycles had terminals like that years ago, with rubber boots on both ends.
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Default Re: sparkplug boot like this one

I just found a source, http://www.vintageindian.com/bakelit...inals-nos.html. A little expensive for what they are but what's it worth to have it like original anyway?
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