Grid heater relays

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Grid heater relays

Postby bmoeller » Sun Jan 06, 2013 9:19 am

NEW- '82 CREW cab dually. Cummins, NV5600, 205, D60/D80. :D Work in progress......

'93 W350, CTD, ext cab, 5spd., HTT modded H1C, 4" exhaust, Kelderman single bag. 537k and counting!

SOLD- '92 W250, CTD, ext cab, 5spd

SOLD- '99 3500, SO CTD, 5spd

Traded off- '97 3500 CTD, 416hp/892tq.

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Re: Grid heater relays

Postby oldestof11 » Sun Jan 06, 2013 11:45 am

Thanks! Just noticed yesterday i lost them both.
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Re: Grid heater relays

Postby PToombs » Sun Jan 06, 2013 5:25 pm

Woooooow. I didn't know they had them that cheap! :shock: Last I checked if you hunted the internet you could get them for about $30 aftermarket. My buddy needed a pair for his '01 and I gave him mine from the '92. They still work too!
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Re: Grid heater relays

Postby bgilbert » Sun Jan 06, 2013 6:27 pm

Like them or not, you gotta hand it to Geno's, they carry a ton of parts for 1st gens. Not just filters and maintenance items.
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