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Baja Designs OnX6/S8/XL Wire Harness Splitter

Item TT3953
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    Features & Details

    • Wire Harness Splitter
    • Designed to Wire OnX6, S8, and XL Light Bars
    • Medium-Level Installation
    • Sold Individually
    • Lifetime/49,930-Hour Manufacturer’s Warranty
    • Fits the Toyota Tacoma

    Wires Light Bars. With the Baja Designs OnX6/S8/XL Wire Harness Splitter, you can easily wire 2 OnX6, S8, or XL light bars together. This product comes prefabricated with 3-pin connectors for direct connection with the lights.

    Medium-Level Installation. To wire your lights with this splitter, expect to spend about an hour.

    Lifetime/49,930-Hour Manufacturer’s Warranty. For the lifetime of the product or a period of 49,930 hours (whichever comes first), Baja Designs warranties that this wire harness splitter will be free from defects in design and manufacturing. Some exclusions or limitations may apply; please see manufacturer’s warranty for complete details.

    Application. The Baja Designs OnX6/S8/XL Wire Harness Splitter is designed to work on any Toyota Tacoma. It is sold individually.

    Fitment: Details

    MPN# 613608

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