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Discussion in 'Technical' started by drperry, Oct 18, 2011.

  1. bubbatrucklover

    bubbatrucklover Heavy Metal Red Neck

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    No prob.:cheers: Mine was fine I just wanted to get ahead of the game.

    I hear yeah I'm just one of :quote:those people:quote:. I ordered Stinger connectors and put them on my side post ,post adapters so now I can run wires off them too. Might never need them,but when I do stuff I tend to go overboard so I don't have to mess with it later. Don't know why I need all that shiny gold. :dunno:

    I guess so my truck can have "bling bling".:rolleyes: :lol:
     
  2. drperry

    drperry Fox 1! Fox 2! Fox 3!

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    Most sideposts have lower current handling capabilities :D

    I agree, they're great when upgrading if your truck uses sideposts for factory connections... Factory wiring is undisturbed, and you have uncluttered top posts for everything else... But when you already have a top post connection from the factory... Why mess with a good thing? :lol:
     
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    bubbatrucklover Heavy Metal Red Neck

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    I didn't know that about sideposts. As for the "top post from the factory" thing, mine was sideposts.:dunno:

    I had to upgrade my wireing for the high output alt or I might have just left everything else alone. It would have been WAY cheaper.:lol:
     

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