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Old 10-19-2012, 07:49 PM   #1
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Electric brake wiring suggestions?

New axle installed on a 1958 Traveler by Inland RV. Any suggestions on a wiring path to connect the electric brakes. Ok, ok, there isn't a dumb question when asking how to do things, right. Luckily I have the interior walls out exposing the brake and running light wires.

The problem is... the electric brakes replaced the original hydraulic brakes, no wiring for electric brakes were included. Adding a wire is not a problem, but looking for suggestions on an entry point. If I simply drill up into the flooring the wire will have to jog around the interior wheel well and into the wall where the brake/running lights are. This seems like my only choice, but lets see if any ideas bounce off the wall.

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