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Wheel Speed Sensor Wire Extensions?

Does anyone make them? Or do you not even need them?

As I was putting my Rubi front in this weekend I was looking and with just a 2.5" budget boost at full droop on the one side that wire was looking pretty tight and it seems like if I went with a real lift it might get over extended(along with the brake lines but thats usually covered in the kits).

I figure even if a good kit doesn't come with them I'm saving the ones from my D30 and part of the Rubi wiring harness and making some extensions at some point...unless you guys think otherwise.

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Haven't found any, I have looked for a source for the connectors with little luck. Most are just splicing in some wire.

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Haven't found any, I have looked for a source for the connectors with little luck. Most are just splicing in some wire.
I hear ya there. If I had found the electric locker connectors I wouldn't have 90% of a $70 wiring harness laying in a pile next to the jeep

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If anyone wants to buy the connectors, I can assemble them for you for free...

Not hard to do, but they are expensive (IF you can find them). I got a replacement ABS sensor for around $7 from the dealer, and waiting to find connectors before I rip the new one too.

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I just re routed mine
Have tons of droop and no problem

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never had an issue with them being to short

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Hey Dirty, Did you un-mount the connector from the frame? That is the only thing I can think of to extend them without splicing or using extension wires. I want them to be longer then the brakes lines... I have hung my axle by them already and it seems fine at slow speeds.

Hmmm... Maybe I can zip tie the wires to the brake line, and let the connector side hang down where ever it wants, then re-mount it closer...

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Hey Dirty, Did you un-mount the connector from the frame? That is the only thing I can think of to extend them without splicing or using extension wires. I want them to be longer then the brakes lines... I have hung my axle by them already and it seems fine at slow speeds.

Hmmm... Maybe I can zip tie the wires to the brake line, and let the connector side hang down where ever it wants, then re-mount it closer...
Nope they are still attached to the frame like they came form Chrysler. I saw in Tribe4x4 thread where they moved them down below the motor mounts so that seems to be a good solution.
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Gonna look into that, thanks.

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I just unhooked mine from the frame in front and back. The fronts i have attached to the brake lines, the back are just hanging there.

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On the 2012 wrangler, passenger front, any idea what color the positive wire is for the Speed sensor?
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