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    Default Hiding the Wiring

    Hello All!

    I'm beginning to wire up my project bike. The front is not too critical but I want to hide the rear wiring as much as possible. The bike is a softail with an aftermarket fender. I'm using all LED lighting so the wiring will be small qauge.

    I would really appreciate any and all pics of your solutions. Especially interested in pics showing how you fastened it to the inside of the rear fender.

    Thanks Everyone

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    Default Go to auto parts store. Get some brake line itís cheap.

    Bend it to fit inside your fender. Then spot weld it inside the fender in a few places. Be sure itís big enough to easily pull the wire thru.
    Quote Originally Posted by 04Nighttrain View Post
    Hello All!

    I'm beginning to wire up my project bike. The front is not too critical but I want to hide the rear wiring as much as possible. The bike is a softail with an aftermarket fender. I'm using all LED lighting so the wiring will be small qauge.

    I would really appreciate any and all pics of your solutions. Especially interested in pics showing how you fastened it to the inside of the rear fender.

    Thanks Everyone

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    you know, sometimes if the wiring is left exposed and done properly (sheathed or braided) it can look quite good.




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    I've just siliconed vacuum tubing into the shape of the Fender and ran the wire inside it. Works great , never moves and protects the wire. Depending on Fender choice of course.

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    Good idea! I'll look into that for mine! THX

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    Quote Originally Posted by 04Nighttrain View Post
    Good idea! I'll look into that for mine! THX
    Did it on the shovel in 2004 and the knuckle in 2009. Still hanging tight.Click image for larger version. 

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