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Old 10-22-2010, 01:06 AM   #1
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Default Is the correct rear wiring clip?

early 28 phaeton RHD.

It has a few of these clips clipping the wire to the top of the lower flange down the right side.

When I saw them , I thought they were just modern clips, but upon seeing an original style tail light stalk clip, maybe I should not be so careless with them?

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Old 10-22-2010, 05:02 AM   #2
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Default Re: Is the correct rear wiring clip?

That looks correct to me. I installed some repro clips on a 1931 widebed they other day and those clips were a bit longer, which I'm sure isn't correct, but it may be all that is being manufactured right now.

Do you have the 2 clips for the arm to hold the wires for the drum tailliight? Of course they are a different shape than the frame clips.
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Tom , no clips on tail light stalk.

But I better look after the chassis clips if they are original.

The wiring has been butchered with plastic , but these chassis clips were still there along with the remains of the original wiring tucked in behind the chassis at the brake cross shaft point.
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