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Old 09-05-2010, 02:44 PM   #1
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frame or electrical forum??

Hey all you guys and gals out there that have done a frame off resto-is the frame tubing intact and hollow all the way? I want to run some wire down the dang thang and before I wrestle a fish tape through to some dead end, I thought I'd ask...anybody have an answer-course the A/S in question is my 95, not one that has been frame off'd (yet).
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Old 09-05-2010, 03:00 PM   #2
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Hi wmarsha my 73 frame is an open C Channel type frame and only the front few feet is boxed in. Even that section is easily accessable because there are several holes punched in in to reduce weight. The only section that is not open is the front A frame that is in front of the trailer. Thw wiring for the brakes and tongue jack go through there. If you intend to rewire that tie a rope to the old wires before you pull them out and you can use the rope to pull in the new ones.
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