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    Member JUNIOR BUILDER
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    Aftermarket Wiring Harnesses

    I am rewiring a '66 Chevy II. Although I dislike the term, it will be ProStreet, ie lights, ign, fuel, fans, etc. No radio or heat/AC. Can I get some feed back on Ron Francis and Painless. Or anything else that may be out there.

    Thanks,

    Steve

    I read alot, this is my 1st post

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    Steve,

    Check out http://www.horsepowerconnection.com/ Brian makes wiring.
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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE curtisreed's Avatar
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    Here are a couple of options. I have a Painless box in my car but I looked at these two at the IHRA national in Tulsa, they both have nice stuff.

    http://www.trickcableandswitch.com/mm5/merchant.mvc

    http://www.racewiring.com/

    Curtis

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    Senior Member DYNO OPERATOR
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    I use ARC (autorod control) panel, and prostock wiring harness!!! ITS GREAT,and much cheaper than painless!!!!!!! pm me ill give you the low down! David.

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
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    http://www.jegs.com/webapp/wcs/store...10002_15198_-1 I used this painless universal fuse box, and would use it again, bought some wire and relays and the jegs control panel for overhead, and have another small panel next to sterring whell for togles for lights,taillights and turn signals, going to use the painless turn signal harness and run toggle switches for that!!!

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    hi;;try also look at EZWIRING..I'VE USED THERE'S IN MANY OF MY BUILDS.I LIKE THEM BETTER THEN PAINLESS MYSELF.AND CHEAPER THEN PAINLESS AND THEY HAVE SOME GOOD TECH IF YOU NEED TO ASK THEM ANYTHING.

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    I ended up going with the Ron Francis Bare Bonz system. Good quality stuff and well organized kit. The instructions were a little bland, but after staring at it were while we got it figured out.

    I like the flexibility of being able to run the wires to the fuse panel.

    Steve


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