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Old 05-14-2012, 09:18 PM   #1
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Will this be a problem by rubbing the coating off of wires?

Moved the L-brackets today and I did not have time to move the breakaway switch but do I need to, to keep the wires from wearing the coating away or should I put a small protective hose over the wires?

Thanks for any tips or advice.

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Old 05-14-2012, 09:27 PM   #2
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Oh yeah, that needs attention. You need to find some slack somewhere, and get those wires routed better. That will eventually be a problem, just through age and vibration.
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You might want to look on down under the frame work going from the tongue to the tail to see if anymore wires might be rubbing. I redid all my wiring harness on my TT because the tape that was used was letting go and letting the wires rub down on the braces. I redid mine, insulated, repositioned using clamps and a few standouts.
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