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Does anyone know the proper term or where to buy those re-usable safety pin looking things that people often use to safety wire commonly removed bolts like the oil drain/fill plug, and the engine kill switch? I've looked at different hardware stores online and general searches, but I think my terms are too generic and i cant find what i'm looking for.


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Nevermind, I finally found them on Kurveygirl - spring clips


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I've bought them at home depot before.


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Does anyone know the proper term or where to buy those re-usable safety pin looking things that people often use to safety wire commonly removed bolts like the oil drain/fill plug, and the engine kill switch? I've looked at different hardware stores online and general searches, but I think my terms are too generic and i cant find what i'm looking for.


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Lowes or any Ace Hdwe has them.
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