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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old Feb 1st, 12, 07:13 AM Thread Starter
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Wiring harness question

Does anybody know anything about Keep it clean wiring? Just wonder how it compares with American Autowire. The keep it clean harness is quite abit cheaper, which makes me leary. The sales rep talked like theres not much difference.
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I am aware of them from the Hot Roddin guys, but didn't know they did restoration stuff

Hopefully someone will have more of that experience with their products

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Re: Wiring harness question

Don't know much about that particular product, but service after the sale is a real important consideration, especially if you are buying it to make sure that your restoration project is trouble/hassle free. Nothing more agrivating than buying something, then being left to your own devices troubleshooting the product all by yourself.

I'd ask if anybody has had any experiences with them and how well they resolve issues after the sale.

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Their website for OEM harness replacements only list Nove and Chevy II and Chevelle's.
http://www.keepitcleanwiring.com/cat...-Panel-Systems

The OEM all look like pain-less in that you have to cut and crimp the ends. The non OEM also look like you have to size out the leads. AAW factory still look like the top choice for easy do kits IMHO.


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Re: Wiring harness question

Thanks guys, appreciate the help.
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