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Old April 23rd, 2015, 10:50 PM
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Tail light connector repair kit

This kit is to repair the female (harness side) connectors that eventually fail. The kit is a COMPLETE to repair those rusted/worn our pins and broken plastic bits. 5 connectors for all 5 lamps. This is a direct fit for the NAS trucks (will need to confirm ROW).

Kit contains

3 2-pin female connectors (both turn indicators plus reverse light)
2 3-pin female connectors (both indicators)

$20 shipped


I also have the male ends if you want to connect your LEDs or whatever else. I can pair the males/females if that works better for you at $4 each. Min $20 order for free shipping.
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