I knew a Missouri guy could figure it out even if they do live somewhere else now. I hope I can be as lucky once I start running the new wire harnesses on my Farmall 240. I'm having to do a little engineering on my lights as well as the moulded rubber sealing plug for the light housing and wires used on my original lights is no longer made by anyone. I think the same lights are used on a few models of late 1950's and early 1960's. They were made by Guide and Dietz and have a 3/4" hole in the back of the housing for the wires to enter for the sealed beams. Glad you got it figured out, Hal.
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