Posted by Greg Wolodkin on October 06, 2012 at 04:23:56 from (220.127.116.11):
In Reply to: Wiring harness posted by Jetbird on October 05, 2012 at 21:12:21:
Hey Jetbird -
It's pretty easy to either make a new one or (more likely) simply repair any sections that have been damaged. I've got the wire, the marine grade crimp connections and a decent set of crimpers if you want to go that route. I've done that job on two other Fords of the same vintage and there just isn't much wire to run.
The one exception on the gasser might be the resistance wire. Mine was in good shape so I re-used it. I think that could simply be replaced with a coil resistor if necessary, or you could maybe switch to a coil with the resistance built in.
Let me know -- I'm due for a visit out your way anyway and after this weekend things should be settling down a little.
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