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  • About Byram
    Austin, TX USA
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    2013 F-350SC Lariat
    6.7; 3.55 EL; 4x4; B&W Turnover; Ranch Hand; BFG M/T 285's; Oasis XD 4000 OBA

    "Peace is that brief glorious moment in history when everybody stands around reloading".


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  • Last Activity: 04-08-2014 05:49 PM
  • Join Date: 07-12-2001
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  1. SavageNFS
    05-30-2013 10:09 PM - permalink
    Thank you for the reps!
  2. rotun
    03-19-2012 07:22 PM - permalink
    Sorry, just realized I had messages in here. The red light means the circuit is closed which means all 3 batteries are charging, you can run a wire to the inside of the cab to a small led light to see when the circuit closes. That's what I did as it tells me when the auxiliary battery is getting juice. Remember that once the aux. battery voltage drops below 12.8? it will disconnect (open the circuit) so the main batteries are not pulled down by the draw on the auxiliary.
  3. plumber01
    12-12-2011 05:52 PM - permalink
    Haven't seen you in the Texas Chapter in a while, I hope all is well, we are planning a GTG in Houston to work on trucks or install mods for those that need something put on. Any how don't be a stranger around the chapter
  4. 11-08-2011 06:38 PM - permalink
    Is the relay box you mounted on the driver side behind the dash part of the wire loom assembly you ordered, or is that a separate piece? i assume the relay box is where you'll connect aftermarket items such as lights, wench, etc.?
  5. 11-07-2011 02:01 PM - permalink
    Byram, hey I just bought a 2011 250. I came across your thread on the upfitter install. Very nice write-up along with the photos. My 250 came with the T.brake but didn't come with the upfitters and I plan on installing this right away. Could you tell me exactly the parts needed? The first page of your write up says you ordered the wire loom assembly (bc3z 14a303 a) and switch assembly (al3z 13d730 aa). However one of the last posts on your thread another user mentions that the following part is also required 8C3Z 2513546 BA (for a box-u). Is that part needed or did you purchase it somewhere else and didn't include it in your write-up?
  6. Byram
    12-29-2010 06:45 AM - permalink
    Colby- Sorry - Didn't Check messages last night - Answered a couple on the iphone - but never used the private message on the phone.. You can tell your buddy - I work in an old house in downtown Austin. Right on Guadalupe Street - The Seat is here - It's in the Attic & He is welcome to call me for directions - 512-422-5757
  7. 12-28-2010 05:57 PM - permalink
    Ya that's not a problem. Just talked to him and he said he could pick it up tomorrow if you have it ready then. Where would he need to go to pick it up? This seat will definitely not be trashed and is greatly appreciated! Goin in my '77 that my grandpa gave me who is the original owner of this truck and I am currently restoring it and the rats got into a little part of the original seat when it was parked outside the barn for 19 years. Got a couple of cases that will be comin your way for it.
  8. 12-28-2010 02:40 PM - permalink
    What kind of beer would you like for that seat?! I don't know if I'll be up in Austin within the next couple of weeks but I have a buddy who lives up there and some family who I can have pick up the seat and bring the beer by! Let me know if that'd be alright! Greatly appreciated!!!
  9. fordmdb
    09-24-2010 08:17 AM - permalink
    Happy Friday to you..
  10. Byram
    09-01-2010 03:37 PM - permalink

    For years I have been cutting into the wire to the fuel pump that goes to the enursha switch. It is up under the passengers kick panel forward of the door. I alway ran a wire up under the dash to a switch on the old style parking brake release under dash. Simple , clean and if the truck gets no fuel - well - you get the drift...

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