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How-To: Big 3 Upgrade (Extremely Pic-Heavy)

Discussion in 'Tech How To' started by mblouir, Mar 5, 2010.

  1. Shanks12

    Shanks12 Will You Join My WolfPack?

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    Looks good man... Not sure if I would like the colored wires tho :jester:


    I'll be saving this thread so I can do it in the future!
     
  2. mblouir

    mblouir I need a hobby.

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    Man I probably could have just saved the time and explained it all with a few paragraphs of text. :jester:
     
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    Guess you could have just left your original post, since there are no pictures anymore! :jester:
     
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    How many on here have accomplished this mod? It looks easy enough and is a benefit to the electrical system for sure. :)
     
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    I have, mine is documented on my site:
    http://www.jrrod2004.com/silverado/
    (Alot of projects going on simultaneously so there are incomplete writeups).
     
  6. bubbatrucklover

    bubbatrucklover Heavy Metal Red Neck

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    My "Big Three" 200 amp 100 amp idle alternator,Optima yellow top and gold plated ends with allen screws. I have since added red wire loom so all the cable ties blend better now.:thumbs:

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    Z71 Kris Independence...

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    sweet
     
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    KillaF150 I'm Ron Burgundy?

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    I completely forgot about this write-up. I'll be doing this to the new truck soon :thumbs:
     
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    bubbatrucklover Heavy Metal Red Neck

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    Thanks :zembonez:

    Cool :D I'm waiting for lights on my brush guard and a new stereo to see how this set up handles the load. :rocker: :fingertime:
     

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