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  1. whiskey runner
    08-31-2013 09:34 AM - permalink
    whiskey runner
    hi chip..i was thinking 100.00 ea on those transfer cases is a fair price..you can call me if ya want 417-273-2261
  2. whiskey runner
    10-11-2011 08:03 PM - permalink
    whiskey runner
    hi... if you would like give me a call at .. 417-273-2261 and we can talk about those wheels..i have several sets
  3. cyclopsblown34
    04-12-2010 01:25 PM - permalink
    cyclopsblown34
    You need a cable from the positive battery terminal to the solenoid, there will usually be one on the same solenoid terminal that runs to the alternator or voltage regulator. That one provides power to the vehicle. The one from the other side of the solenoid to the starter only powers the starter. What year is the truck? I'll see if I can find a wiring diagram.
  4. r23k4u1968
    04-12-2010 01:07 PM - permalink
    r23k4u1968
    haha no you misunderstood me!! haha! I am a body man. What i asked you was this. now the neg. battery cable has an end you can hook right to the the post on the soleniod. The Positive cable has no other wires you can hook it to solenoid post. Does this make sense now? the positive cable is all wired to other places as it should but i have no way of putting it to the solenoid post without cutting into it and making a connecting to solenoid. any suggestions now?? thanks a lot
  5. r23k4u1968
    04-12-2010 12:59 PM - permalink
    r23k4u1968
    okay now that sounds right but i am looking at it right now and there are no extra wires near by to hook from + to the solenoid, any suggestions sir? thanks a lot

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  • About cyclopsblown34
    Biography
    Car guy from the word go
    Location
    Russellville, MO
    Interests
    Cars, trucks and basically anything motorized
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    MO
    Country
    USA
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-250
    Year
    1975
    Current Mileage
    Rather not say
    Miles per year
    Rather not say
    Ride
    96 Toyota 4 by w/350
    Engine type and displacement
    350 Shivalay
    Induction
    N/A
    Major modifications
    4"lift, 350 engine, stereo,35" tires
    Tranny type
    Automatic
    Race weight
    4500
  • Signature
    Chip in Russellville, MO
    66 Buick Skylark Special convertible...
    1975 F250 4x4
    .Project overwhelmation...yes I know it is not a real word, but more a feeling. Thanks Rich

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