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  • bensherb
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    Originally posted by jackb View Post
    The vendor who makes these ????
    They're usually sold as "universal" for V8 engines at almost anywhere car parts are sold. The ones I currently have on my '62 ( they're blue) I bought from Holley via ebay. The ones they replaced were from Mallory (yellow) that I bought from a vender at a swap meet. Both were under $20 for the set.

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  • jackb
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    The vendor who makes these ????

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  • bensherb
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    "I like the 7mm Resistance Wires with the unfinished Distributor ends to get the Lengths EXACTLY correct"

    This is what I use for everything too, plus they're usually less expensive.

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  • StudeRich
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    I like the 7mm Resistance Wires with the unfinished Distributor ends to get the Lengths EXACTLY correct, or buy the Studebaker Vendor wires that are guaranteed to fit.

    No other make will be as close as I like to properly Route the wires over the Valve Covers and thru the Hold Downs with SOME "Drip Loop" and No excess left.

    I have used 409 Chev. that work, before I found better fitting Stude. Sets on my Shelves!

    Be sure to separate the # 5 and # 7 Wires so they are Not Parallel.

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  • jackb
    started a topic Ignition: 62' V8 plug wires...?? Ford ??

    62' V8 plug wires...?? Ford ??

    Seems a long time ago I installed readily available plug wires for a Ford V8. Anybody advise me on applications....
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