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Old 01-02-2016, 02:09 PM   #1
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Electrical wiring sequence

My '70 is gutted to the exposed frame and skin. I am updating all of the electrical with new system. I am getting ready to place my sub flooring down on the frame however, my question is: "shall I run all of my electrical wiring prior to putting the floor down? Pro's? Con's?
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Electrical wiring sequence

Most if not all wiring is in the walls and ceiling depending on the battery, converter and 120 volt AC power panel location. Brake wiring would obviously go below the floor.
Since all exterior lights and all interior devices are generally above the floor. The wall seems the obvious place to run the wiring. IMHO
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