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Re: Painless wiring
Post by calpyro on Nov 22, 2006, 2:18am

I got the 21 circuit EZ Wiring kit. It is long enough for a M715. I also got the headlight and ignition switches. As far as I can tell, it was the cheapest available. it went in without a hitch. Total cost about $210
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Re: Painless wiring
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Compexp-Just checkin-that kit you got from summit is a Painless kit then?? I see it says standard length-Going by what you said about mounting it under the hood it if you did it over----would it have then been too short?? I see they do have a kit listed as universal truck long....

I see a ton of the cj kits and bronco ones on ebay but the truck ones seem rare as hens teeth


It would be fine under the hood - because I mounted it under the dash, i then had a 3' run to just get out of the cab into the engine compartment - that 3' would give me enough for the passenger taillights.
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Post by tomahawk715 on Nov 22, 2006, 10:25pm

Ok gottcha-I see what you mean-Like I said just want to do this with no splicing.
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Post by hummer103 on Nov 24, 2006, 2:24am

Im running a 12 cirrcuit Painless Harness I bought a few years ago, way too many wires. I used like a third of them, Harness cost me like 300-something I think. Real pain trying to hook up some of the stock interior switches and things, but I decided to to that.
 

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