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Ring terminal size ??

I need to order some ring terminals with a ID of 3/16" and an OD of 5/16".

I have boxes full of various terminals, including a few in the size I need (none of them have any markings other than 14-16ga), but I can't for the life of me remember if these are #6 or #8 ring terminals (brain fart). Don't worry, I'm gonna label the heck out of my terminal boxes after this.

I need to use them for some barrier strips to connect various relays, switches, etc. to make things easier to remove & change around.

The screws on the barrier strips are just a hair over 1/8", hence me wanting 3/16" ID, but the dividers limit the terminal OD to 5/16" max.

Which size am I looking for, #6 or #8 ?
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