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Wiring harness #1309388 Fri May 03 2019 01:56 PM
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Starting to re assemble a 1948 GMC longbox. Looking for advice on best options for wiring harness. Truck has lt1 fuel injected, air suspension etc. Any advice is greatly appreciated!

Re: Wiring harness [Re: scsmith] #1309451 Sat May 04 2019 12:17 AM
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There are several options for various levels of wiring harnesses. I have seen some stand alone setups for the newer type electronic
control systems, however they are very pricey.

Since you are "kind of" hot rodding it, definitely ask questions in that forum as well.


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Re: Wiring harness [Re: scsmith] #1309457 Sat May 04 2019 01:09 AM
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I've never bought any of his stuff, but the catalog is educational, and the products look good, geared to the non original type project.
https://www.ronfrancis.com/

I have ordered a harness here, and visited and toured the facility. They are very well made and about as original as possible, very knowledgeable folks. They make the wire and supply it to many other "vintage" wiring folks.
https://brillman.com/wire-harnesses/


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