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I also purchased a Painless universal chassis wiring kit and wondered what you all did, if not the same. I really don't want the old and this seems the way to go, with 18 circuits too. I'm not doing my car totally original, but most will be. Just wanted to know if it was truely Painless, or just less pain.
 

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Actually, I'm interested in going this route too. Does anyone have any tips about this project that would come in handy for a first timer. I've hooked up car stereos, and put in a 1 wire alternator on an old ford, but that's pretty much the extent of my electrical know-how. This would be a good saftey upgrade for any old car I would think.

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I went with Centech because it is semi-custom and pre-wired to the connections such as headlight switch, steering column, headlight dimmer,etc... It costs a little more but I wanted the cleaner,simpler, set up.

http://www.centechwire.com/catalog/fords/k40f.shtml
 

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To be honest, considering Painless has it pre wired and all you have to do is cut to fit and install connections, seems too easy, but any tips may be beneficial, by the way fakesnake, love the car. Have a good one.
 

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I rewired my 64 with (Its a snap) wiring harness and it came out great still have lots of circuits left to add anything i want.. hmmmmm maybe a latte machine in the trunk.. cost total was around $140 for the whole job..
 

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i picked up a universal 21 circuit harness from ez wiring. seems simple, havent started though. every thing is color coded and labeled.
 
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