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Thread: 1957 chev. replacement wiring harness

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    Just a note, it's not who I use, it's just a short but fairly complete description of the different common wire insulation. But they may be a great supplier too.

    Which brings up a point. Few if any wiring harness manufacturers make their own wire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 55 Rescue Dog View Post
    I didn't say I would use a OE harness either, but there are plenty of 100 year old cars that work great with original wiring.
    Yeah I'm sure there's thousands of 1919 cars running around with original wiring.

    I wouldn't attempt to wire up an old car to be like a new one either. They are even worse. A troubleshooting nightmare, and much more complicated than an old car. Simpler the better.
    If one doesn't know how to wire up complex systems and troubleshoot them, one shouldn't attempt it. You should only do what you have the skills to do and leave the complicated stuff to those who know what they're doing.

    The AAW harness is not ORIGINAL.
    I didn't say it was. I said it's the closest reproduction of the original on the market.
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