Custom headlight relay harness:

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Re: Custom headlight relay harness:

Postby TUDrewser » Fri Mar 21, 2014 6:13 am

BostonWag wrote: I tried to PM, but it's just sitting in my outbox. (Perhaps I haven't posted enough to earn the ability to PM....)


For what it's worth, your PM worked...outbox is a deceiving term on this forum. I just means the other person hasn't read it yet ;-)
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Re: Custom headlight relay harness:

Postby serehill » Fri Mar 21, 2014 5:52 pm

Got your PM & responded today with my Phone number lets talk.
1980 Honcho 258 4 speed mostly stock with 4 " lift.

WIP

You know the rude dude from IFSJA


1980 Cherokee wrangled & mangled
MSD complete system
Eddy intake
Holley 650
Comp cam 270H
4" Rusty's
Ramsey 12K winch
208
Built to drive not sit in the garage.


No longer strangled. I didn't build it for anyone else.
If you can't improve it why waste your time?

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Re: Custom headlight relay harness:

Postby 44bz » Tue Apr 01, 2014 8:05 am

PM coming. Interested for my 68, thanks!
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Re: Custom headlight relay harness:

Postby serehill » Tue Apr 01, 2014 4:27 pm

BostonWag wrote:Serehill, I'm in the market for both headlight and tailgate harnesses ('88 GW). I tried to PM, but it's just sitting in my outbox. (Perhaps I haven't posted enough to earn the ability to PM....)

Maybe it will work if you PM me; just let me know what info I need to provide.

Thank you!



Done deal lucille
1980 Honcho 258 4 speed mostly stock with 4 " lift.

WIP

You know the rude dude from IFSJA


1980 Cherokee wrangled & mangled
MSD complete system
Eddy intake
Holley 650
Comp cam 270H
4" Rusty's
Ramsey 12K winch
208
Built to drive not sit in the garage.


No longer strangled. I didn't build it for anyone else.
If you can't improve it why waste your time?

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Re: Custom headlight relay harness:

Postby 68 Wagoneer » Wed May 27, 2015 1:29 pm

Good Morning, well I have a 68 Wagoneer with the Rino grill and would like parts, ideas and knowledge so I can order a 4 head light HID system, Harnesss But I'm just starting to get all the parts together to I could do a complete re-wiring at one time! I'm also trying to find Light Switch and Wiper Switch with matching knobs?
tatms0@yahoo.com
-Allan.

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Re: Custom headlight relay harness:

Postby serehill » Sat May 30, 2015 5:48 am

68 Wagoneer wrote:Good Morning, well I have a 68 Wagoneer with the Rino grill and would like parts, ideas and knowledge so I can order a 4 head light HID system, Harnesss But I'm just starting to get all the parts together to I could do a complete re-wiring at one time! I'm also trying to find Light Switch and Wiper Switch with matching knobs?
tatms0@yahoo.com
-Allan.


PM sent
1980 Honcho 258 4 speed mostly stock with 4 " lift.

WIP

You know the rude dude from IFSJA


1980 Cherokee wrangled & mangled
MSD complete system
Eddy intake
Holley 650
Comp cam 270H
4" Rusty's
Ramsey 12K winch
208
Built to drive not sit in the garage.


No longer strangled. I didn't build it for anyone else.
If you can't improve it why waste your time?

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Re: Custom headlight relay harness:

Postby serehill » Sun Jun 28, 2015 11:50 am

Just for fun I bought one of the Chinese knock off to compare. There are 2 different Kinds. I made up y mind if they were compatible I would quit making these I have built over 400 of these now in more than 30 configurations. Both were inferior & without warrantee or any tech support. I'll keep on making mine because them Chinese knock offs are exactly what I expected. I'll be making mine for a while yet.
So for the ones that have asked.
The relays do not compare with mine.
The relay plugs do not compare. My wire is a size bigger & all high amperage connections are soldered.
Mine are also taped with electrical tape instead of the plastic crap that disintegrates in 6 months.
you can pull the wires right out from under the crimped light sockets & relay sockets.
the crimp lugs are not of good quality.
Their unit is fused mine have a automatic resetting breaker.
It's true you get what you pay for. getting what you don't pay for make the difference.
there's a few other differences but these are the ones that will control life & function.
Thanks to everyone that has bought on. I never was in them for the money.
In the over 400 I've built I've warrantied one & when it was returned it was clear it wasn't a defect that cause the issue. so that's pretty a good record.
I'll put mine up against any of them. Even the 125 dollar ones.
1980 Honcho 258 4 speed mostly stock with 4 " lift.

WIP

You know the rude dude from IFSJA


1980 Cherokee wrangled & mangled
MSD complete system
Eddy intake
Holley 650
Comp cam 270H
4" Rusty's
Ramsey 12K winch
208
Built to drive not sit in the garage.


No longer strangled. I didn't build it for anyone else.
If you can't improve it why waste your time?

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Re: Custom headlight relay harness:

Postby Gumby » Sun Jun 28, 2015 6:21 pm

Hi sets, I too would put yours against any from that part of the world because I know what you have built. Thank you for sticking to your love of good workmanship and love of this craft. I have one of your harnesses and I totally Will get another when I need it.

Thanks man.
1984 GW 360/727/208.... 4"/ 31"
2004 CRD QC SRW 3500 4X4 (DD)
1983 "project Dubya" (long term)

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Re: Custom headlight relay harness:

Postby Matt24601 » Mon Oct 05, 2015 5:48 am

PM sent
'83 Wagoneer / 360 V8 / DFW, TX / Stock...for now :fsj:

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Re: Custom headlight relay harness:

Postby serehill » Tue Oct 06, 2015 6:47 pm

BostonWag wrote:Serehill, I'm in the market for both headlight and tailgate harnesses ('88 GW). I tried to PM, but it's just sitting in my outbox. (Perhaps I haven't posted enough to earn the ability to PM....)

Maybe it will work if you PM me; just let me know what info I need to provide.

Thank you!


serehill@aol.com
1980 Honcho 258 4 speed mostly stock with 4 " lift.

WIP

You know the rude dude from IFSJA


1980 Cherokee wrangled & mangled
MSD complete system
Eddy intake
Holley 650
Comp cam 270H
4" Rusty's
Ramsey 12K winch
208
Built to drive not sit in the garage.


No longer strangled. I didn't build it for anyone else.
If you can't improve it why waste your time?

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Re: Custom headlight relay harness:

Postby letank » Fri Jan 08, 2016 7:29 pm

Some free ad.... I ordered my headlight kit thru the mothership PM.... was not aware of the vendor section on this board.

Very well made and brilliant design -could not resist the pun- .... I did my own 15 years ago for the 74 in one afternoon after a few run to the local store... but this kit is far more superior : 1hr install including the removal and install of the grille on the 85, much better than my home brew kit... because there is nothing to cut... only disconnect and reconnect. I did not have the chance to use the headlight while driving in the dark, until this evening, they are a lot more powerful than the GF german import.... and I do not have H4, only the xtravision sealed beam...
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Re: Custom headlight relay harness:

Postby serehill » Fri May 13, 2016 8:03 pm

letank wrote:Some free ad.... I ordered my headlight kit thru the mothership PM.... was not aware of the vendor section on this board.

Very well made and brilliant design -could not resist the pun- .... I did my own 15 years ago for the 74 in one afternoon after a few run to the local store... but this kit is far more superior : 1hr install including the removal and install of the grille on the 85, much better than my home brew kit... because there is nothing to cut... only disconnect and reconnect. I did not have the chance to use the headlight while driving in the dark, until this evening, they are a lot more powerful than the GF german import.... and I do not have H4, only the xtravision sealed beam...


When i originally did mine I had Sylvania Halogens & they were bright as I had ever seen. I've updated to HIDS now But can tell you they can improve lighting & save your headlight & dimmer switch.
1980 Honcho 258 4 speed mostly stock with 4 " lift.

WIP

You know the rude dude from IFSJA


1980 Cherokee wrangled & mangled
MSD complete system
Eddy intake
Holley 650
Comp cam 270H
4" Rusty's
Ramsey 12K winch
208
Built to drive not sit in the garage.


No longer strangled. I didn't build it for anyone else.
If you can't improve it why waste your time?

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Re: Custom headlight relay harness:

Postby serehill » Mon May 23, 2016 5:35 pm

I have no idea why but for some reason things are getting stuck in my outbox.
Please sens request to serehill@aol.com
1980 Honcho 258 4 speed mostly stock with 4 " lift.

WIP

You know the rude dude from IFSJA


1980 Cherokee wrangled & mangled
MSD complete system
Eddy intake
Holley 650
Comp cam 270H
4" Rusty's
Ramsey 12K winch
208
Built to drive not sit in the garage.


No longer strangled. I didn't build it for anyone else.
If you can't improve it why waste your time?

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Re: Custom headlight relay harness:

Postby Xplitive » Wed Jun 22, 2016 1:57 pm

anyone have an install thread with pics, especially how you ran the fog light wiring and switch? Yes.. I'm a visual learner.. getting around to installing mine and trying to reach into all sorts of spaces.
found page 2 & 3 on ifsja have the pics, with the exception I'm 3 relays for the fog light option -

where does the gray wire coming off the relay connect to?

Also, I have a circuit breaker vice a fuse, does the red wire coming off the circuit breaker go direct to battery positive?

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Custom headlight relay harness:

Postby az chip » Thu Jun 23, 2016 1:42 am

Don't have the fog light option. But these kits are pretty easy. Lay it out and it kind of installs itself.
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'81 Cherokee Chief 81 WT Chief/MSD 6/ Rusty 4" Spring lift/ Bulltear oil adapter/K&P Engineering Oil Filter/ NP 208/ Serehill Light Harness/ H4 Headlights/ Evil Twin Fab Roof Rack and sliders/ Ross mirror mounts.

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Re: Custom headlight relay harness:

Postby Xplitive » Thu Jun 23, 2016 5:36 pm

Thanks! I got the harness laid in, found a few extra tools down between the grill and radiator from an earlier owner!
Well, last one to figure out is the gray wire coming off what I assume is the fog/aux relay circuit. Going to test it but might be power and then the fog lamp has a ground wire.

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Re: Custom headlight relay harness:

Postby serehill » Mon Jun 27, 2016 1:05 pm

I will PM you but if you will send me something @ serehill@aol.com
1980 Honcho 258 4 speed mostly stock with 4 " lift.

WIP

You know the rude dude from IFSJA


1980 Cherokee wrangled & mangled
MSD complete system
Eddy intake
Holley 650
Comp cam 270H
4" Rusty's
Ramsey 12K winch
208
Built to drive not sit in the garage.


No longer strangled. I didn't build it for anyone else.
If you can't improve it why waste your time?

serehill
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Re: Custom headlight relay harness:

Postby serehill » Mon Jun 27, 2016 1:07 pm

I will PM you but if you will send me something @ serehill@aol.com
1980 Honcho 258 4 speed mostly stock with 4 " lift.

WIP

You know the rude dude from IFSJA


1980 Cherokee wrangled & mangled
MSD complete system
Eddy intake
Holley 650
Comp cam 270H
4" Rusty's
Ramsey 12K winch
208
Built to drive not sit in the garage.


No longer strangled. I didn't build it for anyone else.
If you can't improve it why waste your time?

Xplitive
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Location: York County, VA

Re: Custom headlight relay harness:

Postby Xplitive » Sat Jul 09, 2016 5:06 am

great product, definitely puts some more juice out. blew the bulb on the one headlight I know is at least 10 years old! New autopal H4s enroute.

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Re: Custom headlight relay harness:

Postby GaJeep94YJ » Thu Jul 21, 2016 7:43 am

Serehill, quick question. How flexible is the location of the relays? I have a 5.3L in mine and would like to keep all the relays together. Would I be able to move them very far? I can't tell exactly where they are in the pics, but my relay bank is near the bulk head connector on the firewall?

Also are you relay sockets the ones that snap together?

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