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1 of 4 pieces to the fuel system for project altercation. Grand National sending unit


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Part 2 and 3 of 4
Hfp-343 255 lph fuel pump & corvette fuel filter and regulator uploadfromtaptalk1428796213691.jpguploadfromtaptalk1428796227568.jpg
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Redline marshall instrument gauges for project altercation wired up
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Those look awesome, nice work
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This is how I wanted to do my gauges, but How did you get them to fit the dash bucket? My gauges were too deep and with the wires attached, they hit the bucket. Without cutting out all the supports and the stubs that is. Will you take a picture of the dash bucket so I can see?
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This is how I wanted to do my gauges, but How did you get them to fit the dash bucket? My gauges were too deep and with the wires attached, they hit the bucket. Without cutting out all the supports and the stubs that is. Will you take a picture of the dash bucket so I can see?
I didn't get that far just yet. I still have to add the connectors but when I get it all squared away I'll post pictures
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yea that will be cool.

Hey where did you get those harness connectors?
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yea that will be cool.

Hey where did you get those harness connectors?
I bought them from our supplier at work. We use those on the city trucks we build
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I only have one connector on the harness right now because I run out of pins how I don't know but that kinda how it looks.

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LOL! Yea that sucks...

If you could get those and post them for sale up here you might be a hero. Well to me anyways!

Or at least post the name of the product supplier.
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LOL! Yea that sucks...

If you could get those and post them for sale up here you might be a hero. Well to me anyways!

Or at least post the name of the product supplier.
Yea I thought bout sellin the one I made for my gauges. Just let me know what you need and we will go from there or I could build you one

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Old 05-08-2015, 05:59 PM
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i used weather pack connectors on mine,they're available everywhere.
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i used weather pack connectors on mine,they're available everywhere.
I was originally going to use weather pack but decided to go the other route because of the tight fit. But those are some good connectors we use those on some of are truck as well
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Old 05-09-2015, 06:56 AM
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i can see that those deutsch electrical connectors are nice,i see a lot of those on the state vehicles i work on at work.
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