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  • raoul5788
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    quote:Originally posted by Deaf Mute

    I had very good luch with Rhode Island Wiring... Two wires to the brake lite switch were a couple inches short, and one wrong type end fastener were the only two flaws on my 1953 coupe!

    duane miller
    I had a terrible time with them. They seemed like they didn't want to make one for my '54 Champ coupe. I went with YnZ instead. For my Clipper wagon, I used Studebaker West. Best decision I made on the car, except my body man, Bob Belling.


    Chip
    '63 Cruiser daily driver
    '57 Packard wagon on the road!

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  • Deaf Mute
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    I had very good luch with Rhode Island Wiring... Two wires to the brake lite switch were a couple inches short, and one wrong type end fastener were the only two flaws on my 1953 coupe!

    duane miller

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  • candbstudebakers
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    Studebakers West in Redwood City , Ca. 650-366-8787 Carl Thoms

    Bob Peterson / C & B Studebakers

    Castro Valley, CA
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  • zoegrant
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    BEST WIRE HARNESS ?

    I would like to rewire my 1950 Commander...who makes the easiest to install harness ? My car was converted to 12 volt by the previous owner using the old 6 volt original harness with Runtz voltage reducers...I will be doing the same...thanks in advance....John

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