These wire ends are designed primarily for 7mm spark plug wire. The fork thrust and
ring end types can also be used on 9mm wire. The forked and ringed brass are the most popular and are the ones
I use in most mag repair for early engines and tractors (pre 1930). They are made of stamped brass and are typical
of spark plug terminals of that day. The straight, right angle, and 45 degree steel clips are more commonly used
on engines from the 40's to the late 60's. Most tractors would use these.
The distributor clip is used on most distributors and lead-out towers. The distributor nipple is made of black neoprene rubber and fits most distributors. The plug boots are made from a high-temperature silicone. They are a dull orange in color. I will have black ones soon.
The Fahnstock clip (or sometimes called battery or wire clip) is stamped brass and is made from the same dies that made them years ago. They are an excellent replacement on your coil box.
Terminal, spark plug, forked, brass
Terminal, spark plug, forked, steel
Terminal, spark plug, ring, brass
Terminal, spark plug, ring, steel
Terminal, spark plug, straight, steel
Terminal, spark plug, 90 deg, steel
Terminal, spark plug, 45 deg, steel
Nipple, distributor, 90 deg
Boot, plug, straight, high heat
Boot, plug, RA, high heat
Fahnstock clip, short, brass