Wire harness needed

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  1. Scott R

    Scott R

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    Looking for the entire wire harness for a 73 > 75 FJ40, I'm nearing the end of a frame off and I found the original harness I purchased is a hacked mess. I'm looking for whatever I can get that will do the job, if you have a used or new painless kit I would be interested as well. I have a few items for trade or offset if you're interested.

    Glove box doors
    dash pads
    interior lighting fixtures
    headlight buckets
    things of that nature....
     
  2. philos1

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    try SOR, or maybe TLC has one from one of their Icon builds??
     
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    Check at www.EZwiring.com, great product and far less expensive than painless.

    Kevin
     
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    I ordered the EZwire 12 circuit unit, off E-bay, and although still in the box it seems to be just the right set-up (simple) and of high quality. We'll see once the install comes around.
     
  5. Scott R

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    I tried calling them today, looks like they were closed for the day. Guess I'll go EZ wire since SOR didn't have one currently.
     
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    another vote for EZ... great product.. have it in my truck, unless your running a tv,an on board margarita blender, a fridge, a electric guitar amp, a toaster oven and a laundry drier i think the 21 circuit is way over kill, i purchased that one and just wish i would have went with the 12 ciruit for just ease of wiring...
     
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    The 12 should do fine, this is a 72 body with 73 column and electrics, nothing fancy installed unless you consider the optional rear heater fancy.
     
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