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      After searching through many pages on aliexpress for the 6 pin connector that will work for the BMS harness, I found it.
      The part number 7282-2764-30 did not come up with search results for some reason, so I had to search through many pages of "6 pin connector".


      Here are the two listing for the connectors you will need: Of course you can order these parts elsewhere if you can find them locally, I wasn't able to find them in the USA.

      You need 3 of the one connector and 3 of the other, make sure to check what connectors your pack harness is using and what you need for a 6 LTO pack. Make sure you get proper male or female in the link. This will make your connections to the BMS nice and neat.

      If you order both from the same place I believe you can get all 6 connectors with shipping for $18 Dollars + Tax.


       
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      Here are the two listing for the connectors you will need: Of course you can order these parts elsewhere if you can find them locally, I wasn't able to find them in the USA.

      You need 3 of the one connector and 3 of the other, make sure to check what connectors your pack harness is using and what you need for a 6 LTO pack. Make sure you get proper male or female in the link. This will make your connections to the BMS nice and neat.

      If you order both from the same place I believe you can get all 6 connectors with shipping for $18 Dollars + Tax.


      These were the correct connectors to use.

      87579


      It took a couple weeks, but they arrived in the mail today. These are WAY easier to build than the little internal JST ones. It still takes forever to build though. It took me about an hour just to get these two put together. Eventually I'll build it out to have all 6. I'll let everyone know how it goes. Also, it's hard to see, but the one in the centre is the end of the daisy chain, so it has the 120 ohm termination resistor attached to it.

      Anyway, these are definitely the way to go as opposed to the ones that mount directly to the LTO BMS PCBs.
       
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