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post #1 of 6 Old 10-23-2007, 06:39 AM Thread Starter
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Stand alone harness

If I dont sell the Powerstroke engine,thought maybe it would swap into a Kaiser m715 thats killing garage space right now.Anyone know of a stand alone harness for these? Had already purchased a b model Cummins,but the powerstroke is a much smoother motor,and shorter to boot.Any tips app. Slogoin
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Its a 1997 E4od setup (2wd) need trans control also (divorced transfer cases are great)
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I would say that the easiest way would be to get a donor vehicle (read totalled truck) that you could get the computers and wiring harness from. There might also be some other things you could use, such as cross members, etc, and you could sell the rest of it for scrap, or parts.

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Someone on here posted a pic of a PSD in a boat that I think was there's but i can't remember who

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Tape measure showed that the PSD isnt very firewall friendly for my application.I know turbo and exhaust can be re routed,but want a factory looking install.Scooting it forward with a pto winch already out there will be to much weight on the front axle(m715s came with 60sft and 70s rr) Hmmmm...move turbo to the front??
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And of course it just came from the paint booth,probably give my bodyman a stroke if I want to alter the firewall now.
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