Yes.Do you have to buy new pins?
Probably. Provided the cost of three pins is less than an entire connector of another brand. I have no idea how much the pins are, nor where to look for them. PLUS, the cost of the proper crimp tool, which I guarantee is not inexpensive, unless one is installing thousands of plugs.Is it even worth it?
As was I, so we're both either wrong or right.
Problem with this is you are tightening a screw onto stranded wire. This does not make for a good contact even when doubling the thickness of the wire. You might get away with it on a low wattage load but not for a full load.
Easy enough to just order a few bags of the crimp sleeves.