I bought mine at U Haul. They were bored that day and even installed it. I
watched their every move. They did a very fine job. It was 12 bucks, I think.
You don't lose any circuits. One is for the tail lamps and the other one does
double duty as a brake and turn signal. You actually gain a circuit!
Joseph Szwed wrote:
> >I installed a solid state converter (converts two wire taillight to one
> >wire) under my dash and kept the single filament setup in the original
> >taillight(s). Several companies make the converter (about the size of a
> >large pack of gum) most notably Draw Tight and U-Haul. There are obvious
> >advantages/disadvantages to this method.
> >Allen in Seattle
> >'50 3100
> What are the disadvantages besides losing two circuits with the one
> How much does the converter cost?
> Joe Szwed
> Stockton, NJ
> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959
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