Week to Wicked Product Feature: Painless Wiring Harness
Jason Scudellari and Ryan Manson took some time from the Speedway Motors and Classic Trucks Week to Wicked build to talk about the wiring harness they intend to use on the 1952 Chevy truck.
Painless Wiring supplied their 21-Circuit GM Pickup Chassis Wiring Harness for the Week to Wicked build. Designed to run everything from your headlights to the tail lights, the fuse panel is set up to cover anything you may want to run on the truck. It even comes supplied with mounting hardware, all you need to do is punch a couple holes and hang the box.
The harness already comes somewhat separated for the general application of each bundle. One bundle covers the majority of the engine compartment, another handles the headlights, and another heads out back to the back end for the tail lights, fuel pump, sender and anything else that you may run on the back end.
The kit also includes a connector assortment, and a heavier gauge wire for high amp alternators. Wiring blocks for the steering column, a 70 amp inline fuse for the primary, as well as some flashers and even a pair of standard 3-prong harnesses for the headlights are included.
All in all, Painless has put together a kit fully capable of handling your wiring job, be it a refresh or a total re-wire.
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