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Old 03-03-2019, 07:37 AM
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Originally Posted by Trevor DeRouchie View Post
Yes they do. Ask your dealer to lookup a 15A416 (basic part number) for a 2016 F350, as an example. I work for a Ford dealer and usually keep one in stock.
Thanks but too late now. I already have a Bargman harness waiting.
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Thatís too bad!
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Originally Posted by Trevor DeRouchie View Post
Thatís too bad!
Doesn't get much simpler than that! Plug and play ready.
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Doesn't get much simpler than that! Plug and play ready.
My original question was asking if there was something Ford offered to F150 owners. This isn't much different than the Bargman kit I got. He still needs to cut a hole to install it in the bed so it's not quite plug and play. I didn't get a chance to see the complete kit so I'm not sure of the hardware supplied to attach the 7 pin inlet.
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Beats the crap out of cutting and splicing, so other than the hole, which is a given, pretty simple.
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I used one similar to the one Trevor posted. Drilled my hole above the light switch and used aluminum rivets. That was almost three years ago and it hasnít given me any reason to look at it since.
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Today I installed the Bargman 7 pin inlet in my bed. A beautiful day to be laying in the bed of my truck soaking the rays. I feels like we're turning the corner on winter!
I had to get creative holding the backing plate tight until I got a couple screws started. I was by myself so the plastic sleeve the touch up paint came in served as a wedge and an extra hand.

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4 damn degrees here this morning! ^^^ Enjoy!
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