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I am rewiring a 63 triumph t100r h52118 hoor motor cycle

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And? What is your question? Do you need a wiring guide? Is the bike stock? You might be able to get a stock wiring harness from British Only..

I wired my bike in about 2 hours from scratch.. If you want it to be stock, I would buy the harness. If not, start from the extremities and move toward the battery. Leave the wires long and never cut them too short. I like leaving mine a hair long because in time they tend to need new connectors.

Don't use cheap connectors, spend the extra money to get top of the line. The stock Triumph connectors are spendy..

If you are cheap and want to save some money.. go to the wrecking yard and strip the wire out of an old Lincoln or Caddie.. plenty of differnt colors.. use a good crimpper... The Craftsman Crimper is excellent as is the Snapon..

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