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Old 07-31-2005, 10:45 AM
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WHats the best way?

Ok guys Im doin a build up that a lil diffrent that what is normally seen here its a 79 blazer 4x4. It has a frame and drivetrain from a 76 blazer(d44-350-sm465-np203-12bolt). Well since the swap was done before I recieced it the wirin is a hack job @ best. Its become unreliable and a sever hazzard. I want to use a prefab kit such a painless but they are ridiculous priced.

I seen a few otheres out there that have caught my eye such as EZ wiringand Its A Snap. My question is can you get them with a gm style steering colum pklug up or will I have to graft in my old one? Also do either of these kits have the wires labeled ? I was going to make my own HArness but began looking @ cost and realized It wasnt worth it. I also want to do a few mods with teh harness such as a a relay to increase the brightness of my headlights as well as being able to use my highs and lows together.

I also need this somewhat durable and possibly a cover over teh fuse box to make it some what weather proff since the top will most likey not be on much.

The whole interor dash will be pull In favor of building a custom dash from aluminum housing lighted autometer guages or w/e yall would recommend. I want to put all my acecsorrie on a switch panel with lighted rockers such as seen in a stock car. That way everything is Right there.

Also any tips on installs hints and what not would also be apreciated.

A few q's?

The motor is being pulled for a rebuild so tHE TRUCK WILL BE DOwn A MONTH OR SO. SHould I strip all the wiring out now or wait and remove as i go ?

SHould I leave the fuse box in the stock location or move it to another spot?

THanx for your time


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