Otiswesty wrote:Looks nice a nice light-medium duty option.
With my LWB 460 300GD, I towed some pretty heavy loads. Not that I was winning any races though.
I noticed the two electrical connectors for the hitch wiring are open and exposed. They just screw together and will keep those wires ends from being exposed to the elements. Makes for an easy install of 460 hitch wiring if you have the factory tow hitch plug and loom. I last had a 460 plug set up a couple of years ago, gone now.
Yea... well... about that. Where do I start. I have all of the factory tow hitch plug but... Was hooking it all up before the holidays and as a result had a major electrical gremlin even though the truck side wiring harness is unmolested. Major pain.
I'll put some electrical tape on the ends or a boot or something. Don't like the idea of connecting those two plugs together after what I went through. Although I understand they're intended to be connected together when not in use. Other gurus have shared that with me also.