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Question Starter solenoid in rear for Battery relocation

I am in the process of moving the battery to the rear. I would like to put the starter solenoid in the rear as well. Im also running a flaming river cut-off. I saw a pic awhile back of someone that has done this but tryed searching for it but couldnt find it. Also for anyone who has done this did you just extend the wires to the rear for the solenoid like the fuel pump and ignition? thanks


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no need to move the solenoid to the back, when moving the battery back..

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I never moved the solenoid, here is what i suggest for a battery relocation:


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