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Who makes the best complete wire harness

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Wayne mcMichael, Sep 28, 2012.

  1. I need a wire harness for a 1931 Chrysler. Who makes the best reproduction at a reasonable cost ?
    Thanks Wayne
    mcmimmcs@mnsi.net
     
  2. carmuts
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    I would try Road Island Wire. I am sure there are other good suppliers also. Rod
     
  3. American Autowire offers the most complete kit on the market,verthing you will need is supplied in the kit,,but it is more expensive than most kits.

    We have used 8 of them so far with no problems. HRP
     
  4. cracker head
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    Another vote for American Autowire
     

  5. Special Ed
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    Depends...
    Are you asking for a reproduction deal with cloth-covered wire and accurately copying the original? Or are you asking for an after-market one-size-fits-all?
    Rhode Island (as mentioned) or Naragansett Reproductions, are great if you are looking for the former.
    Ron Francis WireWorks for the later.
     
  6. make your own, tats what i did. very simple
     
  7. Weasel
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    Y'nZ for original....

    <cite>www.[B]ynz[/B]yesterdaysparts.com/</cite>
     
  8. butch27
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    Anyone EXCEPT " It's a Snap"!!
     
  9. 325w
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    Rebel if it's a hot rod.
     
  10. el shad
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    The most affordable way would be to wire it yourself. Then it will be done right and to your standards.
     
  11. AZbent
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    I'm not trying to hyjack the thread. But, if you make your own harness where do you buy the fuse/relay holders?
     
  12. x2.
     
  13. jcapps
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    from SoCal

  14. el shad
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    I was able to get everything I needed at a local "mom and pop" parts store named Tipton Automotive. It is ran by a real parts guy.
     

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