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Old December 7th, 2010, 08:38 PM   #1
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Default JK Rubicon Locker Connectors

Does anyone on here have means to secure some of the Rubicon locker connectors? I'd need 2 of the actual locker connectors and 2 of the indicator connectors from the wiring harness side. I've been looking around and haven't been able to find a part number for them. Maybe someone here might have a contact that could help sort it out...

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do you mean for jk electric lockers they are just common wiring connectors. I have an assortment of them
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do you mean for jk electric lockers they are just common wiring connectors. I have an assortment of them
Yeah I need 2 for the locker itself and 2 for the locker indicator.

No one has ever seemed to be able to produce just a part number for the connectors.
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I've found Jim Stafford at Centech knows all about connectors and wiring.(610)754-0740 If you take a picture, he can produce the connector.
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