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Best pre crimped and taped wire harness?

I am looking at getting a engine and headlight harness. I have a '67 RS. I would rather have a pre fit harness. Thanks for any input.

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Re: Best pre crimped and taped wire harness?

I find M & H Wiring sells good stuff.

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Cant go wrong with M&H, or American auto wire. Both good products. I used AAW for my car. They did forget to put the parking light wire in the dash harness. I would probably still use them again. Tech service was very condescending till they found that it was there fault. Still no apologies or anything like that though. My complete harness was about a grand.

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Re: Best pre crimped and taped wire harness?

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Before I re-wired my entire car with AAW update., I had used an M&H for just the rear light harness. It was real nice with the cloth wrap.

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Re: Best pre crimped and taped wire harness?

Thanks for all the replies. I went with AAW.

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