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After reading BradW's reply to a muffler post on burning up his wireing thought my, find something to work, job on the B112 when I was first tryin to make it run might have been a good plan, I cut a piece of wireing harness out of a dead van near the woods, removed excess wires and used it with the OEM protective wrap in place. I've since seen the protective wrap in auto parts stores. just a thought.....MPH
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There is also a product thats a fiberglass or somesuch tube that is flexible but can withstand direct contact with hot parts, even exhaust headers for a short time without burning up. Not sure of the product name.[A href='http://www.wheatfarm.com']http://www.wheatfarm.com[/a]
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Protective flexible tubing for wiring is called sleeving. McMaster-Carr, among others, carries it. Sleeving is available in various ID's, materials, and temperature ranges. Would also suggest that folks add a fuse, near the power source, to the wiring. This will prevent burnouts in the event of a short. My 2.5 cents worth. Roy
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