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Old 01-08-2020, 06:19 AM
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Very nice!

That tool box has got to be the coolest tool box I have ever seen. I love it!
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Old 01-08-2020, 08:16 PM
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Very nice!

That tool box has got to be the coolest tool box I have ever seen. I love it!

Thank you! It'll fit the needs of the rig well, plus its about the perfect size between the second fuel tank and the spare tire. I built it for a lot cheaper than all the ones that i priced out too
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I repeat,....

great build

great truck

love the yellow on truck and engine.

you are a good wrencher with many years of fun ahead.

dave in NC

Thanks SOLSAKS!
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Looks better every time I come back to see whats up.
And yes, way cool tool box. I sure like these older pre 72 trucks. Your truck is so clean and in such great shape. Beautiful.!

Did the painless harness work well with the instrument cluster? It looks like a super solid solution to the factory rats nest. I have a 70 J3000 that needs a harness.
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Looks better every time I come back to see whats up.
And yes, way cool tool box. I sure like these older pre 72 trucks. Your truck is so clean and in such great shape. Beautiful.!
Thank you!
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Did the painless harness work well with the instrument cluster? It looks like a super solid solution to the factory rats nest. I have a 70 J3000 that needs a harness.

Yes it did! You can buy a whole new pigtail with wires here: https://stores.partsdude4x4.net/inst...uster-harness/

I didn't do it but i think it would be a great idea having a good lenth of wire to play with and new wires of course.

I have everything hooked up for the dash (oil, temp, fuel, lights, headlight except AMP. (just a dummy light anyway) I dont have a voltage regulator any more plus I have a volt gauge added in too.
The 21 circuit harness fits the trucks needs well IMO, no heater or wiper wires but my OEM wires are in good shape for them.
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Looks better every time I come back to see whats up.
And yes, way cool tool box. I sure like these older pre 72 trucks. Your truck is so clean and in such great shape. Beautiful.!
Thank you!
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Did the painless harness work well with the instrument cluster? It looks like a super solid solution to the factory rats nest. I have a 70 J3000 that needs a harness.

Yes it did! You can buy a whole new pigtail with wires here: https://stores.partsdude4x4.net/inst...uster-harness/

I didn't do it but i think it would be a great idea having a good lenth of wire to play with and new wires of course.

I have everything hooked up for the dash (oil, temp, fuel, lights, headlight except AMP. (just a dummy light anyway) I dont have a voltage regulator any more plus I have a volt gauge added in too.
The 21 circuit harness fits the trucks needs well IMO, no heater or wiper wires but my OEM wires are in good shape for them.
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