1948 - 1956 F1, F100 & Larger F-Series TrucksDiscuss the Fat Fendered and Classic Ford Trucks
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I'm getting ready to install a new wiring harness on my 48 F1. I want to do it right the first time and not screw something up. Does any one have any pictures showing where the wiring goes ??? Thanks again
F1 48 Ford, have you puchased the harness yet? Painless wiring is the big dog that everyone knows and has heard about, and they make a good product. I am always looking for alternatives to the "big dogs", usually to try to find a better price, and I stumbled on Ron Francis wiring. Their stuff looks good and easy, but I haven't ordered yet, so don't know for sure. Check out their website and see what you think.
I bought my wiring harness from Tyree Harris in Bumpass Va. Some friends in the Early Ford club recommended him. My problem is i'm not sure where the wires fasten on the firewall,inner fender,and the radiator support.I had taken a lot of pictures,but lost them when my computer crashed. I'd appreciate some pictures on where the harness goes. Dean
I found a decent wrecked '51 F-1 in a junk yard that does not appear to have ever been restored. I have been using it for a "model". I am attaching a few of the pictures I took that show some of the wiring in the engine bay. Hope this help.
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