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WI Lori

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What is this female plug called, and is it it still available or is it unobtanium?

I'd like to reuse the pedal, if I can.

This is a Mercury retrofit on a 1916 66 Redeye. The wires are two strands twisted, cord block, no light.

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i've never seen a plug like that before.  I'd guess the wires are on the blades, and the center post is simply to make the connector "unique".  If the blade spacing is the same as a standard plug's spacing, you might be able to replicate by drilling a hole in another female cord end, but it would have to be done, and tested, very carefully.
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I've never seen anything like that either - I'd be interested in knowing...
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I don't suppose the cord end comes apart?
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WI Lori

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Hmm. I haven't removed the electrical tape, so I doubt it. :)
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