I'm no electrician (although I play one in my house), but if the connector stays put and provides similar metal to metal contact so as not to overheat, then I dont see why something else wouldn't work. Especially if you took apart the starter and replaced both sides with a matching male/female set.
So the question becomes - is it necessary to have a connector just like that one or will something different work?
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