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Old 08-21-2012, 11:01 PM   #15
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Hah! That photo looks like my 18', 1958 trailer as of today! Hopefully that will deter SophieRex from wanting to upgrade the wiring. Everything needs to come out to exactly this point in the photo. One comfort is that the trailer is a 1978. My 1958 wiring seem to be in decent condition behind the interior skins. So a 1978 should still have good wiring unless there were any major electrical problems in the past.

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Old 08-22-2012, 11:54 AM   #16
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Lol... Indeed that picture gave me a good idea on the Mount Everest I would need to climb if I wanted to spend a good 300 man hours rewiring it.
Currently I am researching best fuse boxes, battery compartments, converters i am going to need to replace the ancient humming ones.
I started to pull the some of the wiring apart yesterday, good thing I did, a mouse/squirrel has been using the area around the towing wiring to store nuts. How it gets in between the wall and vinyl is beyond me.

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