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MF 135 original wiring materials?

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tractorsam

03-16-2017 15:15:58




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Is there anywhere I can find out what types of materials were originally used in a wiring harness on an MF135 with the Perkins gas? I am looking to build a new harness and would like it to look like the original. Thank you, Sam




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rockepg

03-18-2017 08:38:17




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 Re: MF 135 original wiring materials? in reply to tractorsam, 03-16-2017 15:15:58  
They are regular spade, bullet and ring type connectors. Nothing fancy. If you plan to use the plastic connector blocks then you just need to have the size to fit the block. You can get connector "kits" from amazon that has a bunch of different sizes.



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rockepg

03-17-2017 14:57:32




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 Re: MF 135 original wiring materials? in reply to tractorsam, 03-16-2017 15:15:58  
Yep the color and gauge wire will be listed in the manuals diagram. I prefer using harness covers myself instead of just tape every few inches.

Pay attention to the gauge of wire as it's not all the same.



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tractorsam

03-18-2017 03:48:29




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 Re: MF 135 original wiring materials? in reply to rockepg, 03-17-2017 14:57:32  
Thanks for the heads up on the wire gauge. Sam



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DavidP, South Wales

03-17-2017 08:39:03




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 Re: MF 135 original wiring materials? in reply to tractorsam, 03-16-2017 15:15:58  
The correct colour wiring is normally available from specialist vehicle electrical suppliers likewise most terminals and connectors etc. In the UK many tractors for sale have a 'new' wiring loom but it is clear that it is an after-market one where the colours and terminals may be different. I made a loom to the pattern of the original for my 1974 MF165 and it worked perfectly. The important thing is to peg out the old one so that the new wires can be cut a little longer than necessary and taped every 6 to 8 inches to hold them together.
You will be able to find the relevant colours from the wiring diagram in a good workshop manual.

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tractorsam

03-18-2017 03:50:36




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 Re: MF 135 original wiring materials? in reply to DavidP, South Wales, 03-17-2017 08:39:03  
Thank you. Do you have any pictures of the correct type of loom or suggestions for suppliers that would have the correct terminals? It's fine if they're in the UK. Thanks, Sam



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rockepg

03-17-2017 07:27:00




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 Re: MF 135 original wiring materials? in reply to tractorsam, 03-16-2017 15:15:58  
You mean like coloring of the various wires or... ?



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tractorsam

03-18-2017 03:47:21




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 Re: MF 135 original wiring materials? in reply to rockepg, 03-17-2017 07:27:00  
Yes, but also what sort of connectors were used and what the loom looks like. Thanks, Sam



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