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Old 07-20-2012, 07:28 AM   #1
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brass grommet wire terminators on electric motor


The electric motor of my 1950s era table saw has 1/4" brass grommet/donut terminators on the leads. I want to replace the plug and use the same sort of grommets because they would be less likely to vibrate loose than a U-shaped terminator. What tool is used to crimp the grommet around the wire, just a pair of grommet pliers? Any special tool that helps to hold the wire in place? Is this a special kind of grommet -- not the same as the kind used with fabric? Thanks


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