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Stand-Alone Engine Harness

Discussion in '4 Cylinder' started by UNBREAKABLE FAB, Mar 10, 2009.

  1. UNBREAKABLE FAB

    UNBREAKABLE FAB [OP] UNBREAKABLE FABRICATION

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    Lenoir, NC
    Vehicle:
    '79 Rolling Tetnis Machine
    38x11x15 Boggers, 15x10 TrailReady Beadlocks, Longfields, Lock'd Front and Rear, IFS Rear, Bobbed Bed, Bent All-Poo Springs, 4x4Labs Crossover Steering, Flat-Belly, Clocked Dual Cases, Twin Sticks, 4.7's, 22R, R151F Turbo Trans, Top-less, Cage'd, 15" Bilstiens, Dents and Rusty
    I have an 04.5 2.7L that I'm swapping into an older truck('80 to be exact). I'm wanting a stand alone harness for it. It's(the truck) completely beat to death but it preforms flawlessly(all but the engine). I know that ORS used to make them but they are no longer in business. So, any ideas?

    Spec's on the rest of the truck
    R151F Turbo Trans
    Dual clocked cases(MC08R10, MC 23 spline input gear, MC 23 spline 4.7's)
    V6 rear w/ spool,4.10's
    Hi-pinion front with lock-rite, 4.10's, Longfields, hubgears
    38" boggers, Trailready beadlocks,
    flat-belly
    trussed axles
    chopped top with full cage
    4x4 labs 1 ton x-over steering.
     
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