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Old 08-21-2010, 07:43 PM
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I have been working on hidding "ALL" the wires from under the hood and am wondering if anyone has done this and if you can give me any tips?
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I have been working on hidding "ALL" the wires from under the hood and am wondering if anyone has done this and if you can give me any tips?
A few thoughts... since as the 20th person viewing your thread I will actually comment, may not be very intellectual but at least I am more than a lurker.

1. You can wait till Easter and hide the wires with the eggs.

2. You can pull all the wires out and give them to some kid to play "hide and seek" with.

3. Since I like a neat looking engine bay too... considering using a wire loom to put some of those loose wires together in a neat little package. Be careful because some circuits do not like being next to other circuits tight together.

Just do an Internet search for "wire loom" in the web or images to give you an idea.

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Yep, I made my own out of pvc pipe and am running the the pipe in the fender where there is a troff . I did just have everything mounted to the under side of the fender and was thinking I would just cover them with the skirt,but that left my engin bay looking like a porkey pine from the screws... I just thought I would post to see.
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