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Mercedes 
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10-15-21 02:05 PM - Post#2829221    

Where are the wiring harnesses currently being manufactured?



 
Donny 
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10-30-21 05:45 AM - Post#2829963    
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  • Mercedes Said:
Where are the wiring harnesses currently being manufactured?



At our facility in Bellmawr, NJ. Always have been, always will. Why do you ask?


Donny




 
Mercedes 
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10-30-21 11:38 AM - Post#2829972    
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Curiosity. I'm looking at a vehicle and need to know where your manufacturing is located.

The basic parts, do you make those yourself?



 
Mercedes 
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10-31-21 04:29 AM - Post#2829996    
    In response to Donny

1972 Chevrolet Blazer



 
Mercedes 
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10-31-21 07:26 AM - Post#2830000    
    In response to Donny

I checked your web site and it doesn't show any wiring harness for a 1972 Chevy Blazer other than the dome light.



 
Donny 
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11-05-21 09:33 PM - Post#2830304    
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  • Mercedes Said:
I checked your web site and it doesn't show any wiring harness for a 1972 Chevy Blazer other than the dome light.



LOL, Not sure where you are going with this, but our harnesses are made at out plant in Bellmawr, NJ. I've been there 31 years. A few connectors and such are sourced off-shore, but well over 90% is made at out location. Most of the connectors we use are OE Packard Electric pieces, or in many instances we actually own the original GM tooling and mold the parts ourselves right here in NJ. Regarding your Blazer. The dash, engine, front light and rear body harnesses are all the same as the pickup and are listed that way in our catalog. Give one of our Sales guys a call and ask them to spec out your truck for you.

Donny




 
Mercedes 
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11-07-21 10:49 AM - Post#2830386    
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When I go online and add a 1972 Chevrolet Blazer to the "garage", going to OEM Restoration Harness lists two part numbers:

Part #: 43242
Part #: 43241

Both are for the dome lamp.





 
Donny 
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11-07-21 08:53 PM - Post#2830423    
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  • Mercedes Said:
When I go online and add a 1972 Chevrolet Blazer to the "garage", going to OEM Restoration Harness lists two part numbers:

Part #: 43242
Part #: 43241

Both are for the dome lamp.





I understand. As I said, the dash, engine, front light and rear body harnesses are all the same as Blazer in 1972. How is your truck equipped? Gauges or warning lamps? AC or no? Let me know and I'll send you the part numbers you need to order.

Donny




 
Mercedes 
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11-08-21 01:45 PM - Post#2830458    
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The one that I have an offer out on is as follows:

1972 Blazer K10
350 V8
Automatic
AC
Gauges

The vehicle is very very clean and original. Some of the underhood wiring is patched from age and I wanted to rewire the truck if they accept my offer.



 
Donny 
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11-09-21 04:16 PM - Post#2830533    
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  • Mercedes Said:
The one that I have an offer out on is as follows:

1972 Blazer K10
350 V8
Automatic
AC
Gauges

The vehicle is very very clean and original. Some of the underhood wiring is patched from age and I wanted to rewire the truck if they accept my offer.



Do you want the whole truck, or just under the hood?

Donny




 
Mercedes 
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11-10-21 01:08 PM - Post#2830579    
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The entire truck. Since it is 50 years old, I don't want anything that old to create problems or potential fires.



 
Donny 
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11-10-21 07:19 PM - Post#2830599    
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  • Mercedes Said:
The entire truck. Since it is 50 years old, I don't want anything that old to create problems or potential fires.



35260 AC HARNESS............120
30100 DASH HARNESS..........375
31520 ENGINE HARNESS........119
22220 FRONT LIGHT HARNESS...199
37652 FUEL SENDER HARNESS...20
21965 RB FRONT..............50
22075 RB REAR...............105
20635 TACH HARNESS..........35

You already have the dome lamp info.

Donny





 
Mercedes 
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11-12-21 05:40 AM - Post#2830682    
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Ok - less than I thought. Let's see if I can buy the vehicle now.



 
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