FOR SALE Convertible Top Relay Kit - plug and play

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  1. Crackedback

    Crackedback Well-Known Member

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    I have started putting together convertible top relay kits. They work on the same basis as a headlight relay kit, removing electrical load from the stock wiring, relay and switch. Those up/down switches for a vert top car aren't cheap!

    NO CUTTING REQUIRED!

    It's a pretty stealthy kit. I use a shrink tubed 12 ga, 30 amp fused line to Tyco/Bosch relays which are secured to the driver side of your pump housing mount bracket. A flat 2 way connector taps into the existing mopar harness. I don't use any low cost relays, ever.

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    Cost for a kit is $75 plus shipping. US shipping is usually about 10-15. Shipping to Canada would be in the $25 range, maybe less depending on box size. International buyers are welcome. Same as with the headlight relay kits, package discount apply to multiple purchases at one time along with prior customer loyalty discounts.

    Shipping from Indio, CA

    PM here for any other information.
     
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    fofo1946 FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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    I'm interested.
     
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    fofo1946 FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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    The car is a 1968 sattelite sport conv.shipplng would be to WA 98281
     
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    Sent you a PM fofo1946
     
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    Also interested in the relay kit.
     
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    Looks like a possible other solution. I don't like the special connectors and other things about them as they are inconsistent with other materials I use on a regular basis. Terminals, connectors, etc.

    Also, looks as though the line has been discontinued.
     
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    I hope it is not discontinued, but it would not surprise me. The only place I could find them when I bought them was the TYCO distrubitor.
     
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    Obsolete, no replacement available.
     
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