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Wire routing 194933 viewsThis is a good pic of the relay wires. The circuit breaker control wire is original. It is the small diameter style, and it does NOT have a Farrel. The inner cable is sticking out the correct length.

Courtesy of Matt Olsen: Matt Olsen
hydraSep 07, 2019
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Wire routing 194928 viewsIn this pic you can see the asphalt loom that is covering the tail light and brake light wires coming out of the rear fender. I sent the o.g. chainguard to my friend Larry Medwig, so he could copy it and make some 40-57 chainguards.

Courtesy of Matt Olsen: Matt Olsen
hydraSep 07, 2019
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Wire routing 194924 viewsIn this pic you can see the wire running through a clip and up the seat post. Notice how the Circuit breaker to Coil wire is routed.

Courtesy of Matt Olsen: Matt Olsen
hydraSep 07, 2019
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Wire routing 194925 viewsHere is a good pic of the three wire loom that is routed beneath the return line. These three wires are in braided clothe loom not asphalt loom. Notice the press on oil sending unit cap and the silver paint on the welch plug in the cam cover.

Courtesy of Matt Olsen: Matt Olsen
hydraSep 07, 2019
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Wire routing 19491965 viewsCheck out the asphalt loom that goes around the positive wire, and the two tail light wires.

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panheadOct 29, 2011
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Wire routing 19491770 viewsHere is a cool pic of the switch to Gen. wires, they are in clothe woven loom. The two relay wires and the relay wire on the generator go into some more clothe woven loom. This is a great pic, take notes. Check out the jam nut on the shift pivot bolt, the way the clutch pedal spider spring is, and the lack of a washer under the front case bolt. and lack of lock washers on the gen.

Courtesy of Matt Olsen: Matt Olsen
panheadOct 29, 2011
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Wire routing 19491822 viewsHere is another great pic showing the neck and the gen. to switch wires. 49 was the only year that used two clips on the steering neck. The wiring on this bike is basically the same through 53 until hd came out with the trumpet horn.

Courtesy of Matt Olsen: Matt Olsen
AnonymousOct 29, 2011
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Wire routing1809 viewsHere is the shot that everybody needs to see. The Dash to coil terminal loom has never been removed from the bike judging from the original friction tape on the back bone. I am a little unsure about the wire loom being run outside of the triangle in the frame. I would personally run it through the triangle and into the coil terminal junction. Notice that the dash to gen. wire is taped to the downside of the frame, knuckleheads are taped to the right side.

Courtesy of Matt Olsen: Matt Olsen
panheadOct 29, 2011
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Wire routing1781 viewsCheck out how tidy everything is, the speedo light has been removed.

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panheadOct 29, 2011
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Wire routing1814 viewsCourtesy of Matt Olsen: Matt OlsenpanheadOct 29, 2011
   
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