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    Street rod wiring harness

     



    Looking for a deal on a quality 10-14 circuit wiring harness for my budget t bucket build. Open to suggestions.

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    Thanks, I've used Speedway for chrome engine accessories, but wondered if their harnesses were made in China.

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    Thanks, has anybody here used these eBay harnesses? Flames painted on the body are cool, but flames coming from under my dash are not.
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    Hahaha. Well, that is what the fuse is supposed to stop. How ever. copper wire it the best to use. If in doubt, you can always use a inline fuse at the point of the connection. Several ways to install wiring. It has the base of the items needed. The only other thing I would suggest, is maybe email them, and ask about the gauge of the the wiring to each thing. Get a amp wiring chart to show you load factor for xxx number of feet, along with the load factor that would be on the wire. Any of these, I would consider the base setup. From there, such as electric fan or what ever, you will need to get additional relays, and wire for the load applied.


    ps: I have something here for figuring that if you want to take a look.


    http://www.dennyscartalk.com/styles/...alculator.html
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    Thanks sir, I'll look into it further, appreciate the info.
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    I have the speedway 22. Haven't installed it yet but it looks like nice quality. It was 169 on ebay.
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    They bumped that one up to 189.99 now...
    https://www.ebay.com/p/Speedway-22-C...ness/675781132


    Must be a new year pricing thing now...

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    I went with the Speedway unit for 150 bucks, I still had some Speedway gift cards left over from Christmas. Thanks guys for your responses.

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    I think you'll like it.

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