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Painless Wiring

Anyone ever use a painless muscle car wiring harness for a "66-'76 mopar muscle cars - 12 circuit ? Thinking of buying one if anyone know's pro's and con's please tell me. Thank you Ronnie.

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Check out the sticky post "wiring harness".

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Excellent product, you can find cheaper but make sure your comparing apples to apples. The Painless web site is second to none IMO.

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I agree with Vince. I've use painless on two cars and the install is very straightforward and easy. The kit has nice connectors and fuse box for a clean install. I've also used Ron Francis which is top quality IMO.. They make nice kits if you want to stay with original or have original looking wiring. Painless will also custom make you wiring if you want to add aftermarket air conditioning, electric fans, etc.
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