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Old 03-13-2011, 07:07 PM
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Wiring Kit

I am building a T-Bucket, so I know I don't need a very complicated or expensive kit. Has anyone used the Rebel Wire Kit?

Any suggestions for a kit?

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Old 03-13-2011, 07:28 PM
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I used the Total Performance one in my T-Bucket, not sure if speedway carries them simce they purchased them. It was perfect and designed for the car.
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There is a sticky on this...... tons of advice/opions in there
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i did my own when building my bucket.. a friend wanted to go painless... since i did the wiring i'll call it "painfull".. he got the smallest and had more wires then needed. the fuse block was a pain to figure out... what i did on mine, draw out the gages, safety sw, engine stuff, lighting, etc.. and connect the dots. noting wire size, color. and then i got 4 pin trailer plugs and spliced all the wires just under the front right of body. just in case i ever needed to remove it, plug and play. i also use 2 layers of 1/2" plywood on the firewall to attach stuff and not let screws through to the outside. i used the white place board to draw. somethng like 18x24". my main power was a 10 ga and all the others were 12 or 14ga, in different colors...
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