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Old 06-18-2003, 01:35 AM
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Question Question About Itsasnap/daytona Guages

I need information about 'ITSASNAP wiring harness & DAYTONA INSTRUMENT GUAGES.I have to replace all wiring and gauges ,in 1984 DODGE truck. The power train and engine are being replaced with chevy 350 engine,4 spd,4x4 axles/gear type transfer case. It will be my tow truck. Thanks for your help.

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I dunno about ITSASNAP ... but I just installed an EZ-Wire kit in my truck -- what are your questions?

The Daytona Gauges should have instructions about hook-ups.

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Old 06-19-2003, 07:13 PM
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ITSASNAP WIRING KITS

I APPOLOGIZE FOR THE MESSUP. My omited question was has anyone out there used this companies kit. Before i buy i need to here all pros and cons about the wiring kit and quality,etc about the guages. I have never heard of DAYTONA INSTURMENTS,OR ITSASNAP WIRING HARNESS KITS.THANK YOU the MUCKRUNNING HAWGBEAR.
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Hey, Harry

Visit my site (see link below my sig), scroll down and check out the EZ-Wire Project where I post my 10-day rewiring experience.

Everyone here pointed me to the EZ-Wire Kit and I'm glad they did! It worked out great. It's top quality and only $165!!!

Depending on the look you want, there are all kinds of gauges out there. EZ-Wire has a sister-company called Dolphin Gauges ... I went with them because they offerred inserts that let me put their gauges in my original dash locations.

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Question CLEAN OUT GAS TANK

I have 1982 F150 ford. The truck has been sitting for a few years and both tanks are gummed up with old shelack smelling gas. What is safe to put in the tanks (both are metal) they have been removed from truck.The body is cherry only missing tailgate latch handle and trim XLT trim.Second question; how does the tank switch valve work and the location of valve. One fuel pump in rear tank another in frame under driver side of cab. Is there another pump in front tank i havent removed it yet. Its been raining everyday.THANKS FOR ANY HELP the MUCKRUNNING HAWGBEAR
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Hey, Harry

You shoul re-post that one under the General Rodding Tech board.

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