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Old 01-15-2003, 01:26 PM
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I'm getting ready to wire up my 31 ford street rod and was wondering if anyone has any experience with "It's a Snap" wiring harness.Thanks

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I purchased a 20-circuit unit at the NSRA Nats in August. Haven't installed it yet but the quality is what sold me. I've installed Ron Francis kits in the past and they were pretty easy. This one looks to be just as easy but without the proprietary fuse box Frances uses, and that's a very good thing.

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I just completed my '45 Ford using one of their systems. I choose them due to the very small size of the fuse panel. For the most part, I liked it, though I'd rather they used more colors for the wires.
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Centerline, could you explaine propietery fuse box to me? Thanks
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