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    I have a Kubotabota L3240 compact tractor. I'm trying to connect some LED lights to the tractor. I found there are three green connectors behind the rear seat that I can use to connect to from searching the forums. I want to be able to connect directly to the connectors without having to splice the wires. Is there a way to buy these connectors, or to be more particular the male end of them. I'm sure kubota do not manufacture these connectors but simply buy them from some supplier. Anyone knows how I should be able to get some? If needed, I posted the picture of the connectors on the Internet. I phoned the dealership and they are only willing to sell me the entire Kubota lights which already include the connector. Does anybody know how many amps of 12 V power these connectors are designed to supply?-img-20130102-00028-jpg

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    I think you could insert a spade terminal in those connector slots. Not quite as clean as finding the male connector, but at least there's no splicing.
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    Any Help rack at your auto parts store
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    Are there any other connectors still taped up? the larger tractors may be different, but on my BX i found standard bullet connections for hooking auxillary to. ( I used mine to connect my heated gloves and coat. They were located at the rear of the tractor all taped up.

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    ronjhall,

    Did you provide the intended link? I dont' see where "Wildlife Management Specialists" has anything to do with the subject.
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    Just a thought, look for any markings on the green connectors and run a google search on that; you may find the female ends.

    Option 2: go to your local 'bota dealer and inquire as to what plugs into those connectors. They may have "replacement" female plugs.

    Found another option: this is just one of several sites:
    Lawn Mower Electrical Connectors

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    Perhas it is a Packard 56 Series Connector use on cars during the 60's, 70's and 80's.

    This is just one of several different types that fall under this category (Packard 56 Series):
    Delphi 2973781 Packard 56 series female connector - 2 cavity
    There are a number of cross references given on this site, so you can search around a bit.

    Packard 56 58 and 59 series connectors, Packard electrical terminals
    Scroll down until the 2 Cavity styles show.

    Let us know what you find and good luck!

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    There are so many different types and sizes of those, it is pretty difficult to match them up. Unless someone actually knows what it is, you can save yourself a lot of time by just plugging in some flat spade connectors as suggested, and then coat it with liquid electrical tape.

    Or, simply cut one off, and replace it with a connector you have a matched pair of.

    Or, you can also remove the terminals from your plug with some small picks, and insert them into a different one, you have a set of.

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    I used the spade connectors on my L3240 and taped them up,as others have suggested.

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