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Aftermarket wiring harness

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tldnc

02-10-2020 17:37:31




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Who makes a good quality aftermarket wiring harness for a MF 135 with the Perkins gas engine? I looked at the YT listing but it say their harness is for UK made tractors.

Thanks for all responces




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Charles in Aus.

02-13-2020 14:18:11




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 Re: Aftermarket wiring harness in reply to tldnc, 02-10-2020 17:37:31  
Cloth harness tube is available from a lot of online stores , it's cheap and very easy to thread wires through . A wiring harness from an old car will give you more than enough wire of every gauge and colour you need as well as most of the connectors .
The few I've made in this way have been far superior to anything supplied new .



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David g

02-12-2020 19:11:24




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 Re: Aftermarket wiring harness in reply to tldnc, 02-10-2020 17:37:31  
I would go with agri services if they have one.



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steve19438

02-13-2020 11:06:11




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 Re: Aftermarket wiring harness in reply to David g, 02-12-2020 19:11:24  
agree. bought a couple there.



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old

02-11-2020 09:42:31




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 Re: Aftermarket wiring harness in reply to tldnc, 02-10-2020 17:37:31  
I always make my own. Not all that hard to wire up a tractor and then wrap the wires



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Tom Bowman

02-11-2020 08:45:17




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 Re: Aftermarket wiring harness in reply to tldnc, 02-10-2020 17:37:31  
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Jim Guarino at Agri-Services, (wiringharnesses dot com), lists a custom-made wiring harness for a 135 Perkins gas.
I don't have personal experience, but he comes highly recommended on the YT board. (I rewired my TO20 myself, but if I was doing it again, I'd buy a wiring harness from him.)



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DavidP, South Wales

02-10-2020 23:40:46




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 Re: Aftermarket wiring harness in reply to tldnc, 02-10-2020 17:37:31  
Hello, you may have difficulty finding a harness for a gas engine. Have you thought of making one yourself? If the old harness is generally complete, remove it and peg it out on a board and overlay the new wiring and bind it up. If you can solder terminals on so much the better. If you are in the States you should have auto component suppliers who can supply you with the correct colour and size wiring and other bits and pieces to do a good job. Have a look at the UK company Auto Electrical Supplies, AES, in Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire, England to see the range of electrical items that someone nearer you should have. I buy all my wiring consumables here.
DavidP, South Wales

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