Re: Wire harness

From: Aaron Heugly <>
Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2002 21:51:28 -0700

Jim, I personally went with the Centech harness for a certain reason. The Painless is not bronco specific. It is designed to fit a variety of vehicles, jeeps, broncos, etc., so modifications will be necessary. The Centech however is bronco specific. This way the wiring fits exactly where it should, all wires are labeled, and I have to say, it is very high quality. There is also Ron Francis Wireworks that makes a "general" wiring harness. Spend the $85 extra and go with the Centech, you will be glad you did, one of the best mods I have done to my bronco. Now EVERYTHING WORKS!

Aaron Heugly
68 Bronco
----- Original Message -----
From: james jollimore
Sent: Wednesday, February 13, 2002 5:42 PM
Subject: [EBML] Wire harness
Hello All,
 I'm buying parts to start rebuilding my wifes Bronco, and am looking at wiring harnesses. I've noticed there are only two harnesses to get and they are Centec and Painless. I can order the Centec from about any Bronco place for $425. I went to an off road place in Portland and they have the Painless for $339. My 'save-a-buck' side say's go Painless, But the side that says there has to be a reason for the extra $85 says buy that. I've heard some bad about the Painless from some friends, But haven't even heard of Centac until I started looking for a harness for the Bronco. There was a write up on the Painless kit being installed in a '68 Bronco in a parts warehouse magazine that looked like the kit was better than I've been told.
 Does anybody have one of these two kits that I can look at that lives in Portland or in South Seattle (Kent E. Hill area)? I would like to look at both kits and hound somebody with questions about install and stuff.

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