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Old December 30th, 2009, 08:59 PM
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Extending ECU wires

Looking for the easiest way to gain 24" or so.
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Lots of soldering and vulcanised rubber is what you'll find here in the states. There may be an extension available in the UK.. Try Devon4x4.com
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Old December 30th, 2009, 10:32 PM
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Thanks for confirming my thoughts.
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Quality wire, lots of careful soldering and good adhesive lined waterproof heat shrink tube.
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Get a wiring harness from an older RRC and convert it. Will be a big time saver.
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Get a wiring harness from an older RRC and convert it. Will be a big time saver.
Thank you.
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Looking for the easiest way to gain 24" or so.
Can't believe no one bit on this one. Frankly, I'm disappointed.....
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Can't believe no one bit on this one. Frankly, I'm disappointed.....
Hey, Its short but at least its not fat.
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