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SUBJECT: # 7300: 5 pin wiring harness for Ranger boat

Submitted by ErieRanger (66.168.37.36) from OHIO on 3/19/2002 3:01:00 AM

well..I bought a new truck and forgot to get my old t connector out from under it..Now I cant seem to remember where I bought that 5 pin flat quick connect wiring harness. Nobody has them and I know somebody here will know where I can get one. Thanks guys. Tight lines!


  1. 3/19/2002 8:59:00 AM Submitted by Lipum (208.24.179.211) from KANSAS says Wiring harness
    If your talking about the harness that connects to your truck, I picked one up from my ranger dealer. You might also try uhaul


  2. 3/19/2002 11:15:00 AM Submitted by BuckStop (12.89.169.99) from NEW JERSEY says Erieranger
    Try the new Bass Pro Spring 2002 Truck World catalog. Page 72 LiteMate Wiring Kits. This sounds like what you are describing.


  3. 3/20/2002 8:10:00 PM Submitted by renegade (64.26.163.212) from Canada says Any Decent Trailer Parts Shop ...
    .... will have them at half the price ranger charges. The flat 5 pins are made by Wesbar and are found in their marine catalogue. In case they aren't properly identified the truck part is the one with 6 foot wiring (4' for the trailer end). If you have a new truck and want to make a 7-5 pin adapter you will have to pick up a Pollack 7 round and wire in the 5 pin flat. Reese makes a 7 to 5 adapter but it is only 12 inches long and doesn't reach the end of the receiver.

    Later ..... Audie


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