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Old December 31st, 2012, 03:21 PM
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Automotive electrics supplier recommendation?

I need to buy some relays, switches, wiring and other bits to wire in my new spots and was wondering which supplier people prefer.

I have 2 sets of spots and want them on separate circuits ... Spots and floods independently.

I have already Blue sea fuse box for power distribution.
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Old December 31st, 2012, 03:34 PM
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I love susquehanna motorsports... thankfully their web site is simply rallylights.com.

They have always had everything I need, and their customer service is awesome. When I completely re-did the Series wiring, I used them for pretty much everything.
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I used them for my headlights. Will try them. Thanks.
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I love susquehanna motorsports... thankfully their web site is simply rallylights.com.

They have always had everything I need, and their customer service is awesome. When I completely re-did the Series wiring, I used them for pretty much everything.
I highly recommend this place as well. If you want something custom, give them a call. They made a headlight harness for me, put together a set of amber hella 450s (out of spare parts they had), etc. Very good people to work with.
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