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Old 07-23-2007, 04:42 PM   #1
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Little help, My brother in law just bought a new Chev Pick up and needs a reliable place to have the tail lights wired for towing somewhere between Tyler, TX. and Dallas, TX. Thanks all
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Little help, My brother in law just bought a new Chev Pick up and needs a reliable place to have the tail lights wired for towing somewhere between Tyler, TX. and Dallas, TX. Thanks all
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Hi Elliott and Evy, Welcome to the forum!!! Sorry you haven't gotten a response yet, maybe the moderator could double post your request in the Motorhome towing section for more visibility.

We have members from the Tyler/Dallas area so I'm sure someone will be along soon.
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Sorry for not replying earlier. We've been traveling for a couple of months and don't always have internet access.

Tell your brother there's a good hitch & wiring shop in Tyler texas:

Nick's Trailer Hitch
State Park Highway (Hwy 14),Tyler, TX 75701
903) 593-1808
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