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If the icon on the title could be two or three thumbs up I would have put that. I just finished installing a wiring harness from Centech that I've had for about a year. So the time had come and gone to return it if there were any problems. Well... I couldn't believe just how well this harness was made, the quality of parts, the ease of installation, the instructions were perfect, and I could not be more happy.

I don't know anything about painless but if you have to choose a wiring harness for anything I would suggest Centech no matter what!!! :beer

If you are looking to rewire your entire bronco or maybe even your hotrod. Or need some parts for wiring, or if you need a aftermarket part to look stock and function as a stock part should they they are your choice! I wish I had pictures of the kits all laid out in bags with instructions and the wires labeled every 6 inches with "Pass stop/tail" or "LF blinker" but take my word that everything was so easy to wire it was amazing.

The ONLY problem in the entire kit (and it could have been the blinker switch i bought) but when i plugged it in and wired the blinkers the left made the right blinker blink and the right made the left blink. hahaha :banghead But I just switched the wires in the plug and the job was done!

If you think that this kit is not for you because of price then you are WRONG! For a whole wiring harness (with an aux wiring harness for my aux lights, and even extra wires for the stock voltage reg and heater/ac fan that I didn't use, full detailed instructions that were APPLICATION SPECIFIC, they even had my name on them saying what it was for) I paid $395 with shipping!!!! :shocked

I know painless was atleast 450 for a kit that I would have to make work for me, NOT made for me like this kit was!

A real quick plug for 12voltgut.com as well... I used his panel and it works amazingly well and I love the way it looks! After getting this panel I sent pictures of it, my dash, my bronco, all aux stuff on my bronco to Centech and he built the harness for me, we ran over the details through email, on the phone, everything, this guy was extremely nice and very helpful. (He was a Yankee though sooooo, well you know....)

Anyway I think that is it. Their website is here

The kit I used is here

And any pics I have are here

O and it also came with all the plugs that did not need to pass through the firewall were prewired, like the blinker switch (which he asks what style your vehicle has and matches it) and the highbeam switch. Even had wires installed for blinkers and highbeam indicators. Hazards, flashers, and horn relays all installed in the fuse panel.

Anywya, that's it, ask me if you have any questions and if you couldn't tell already I think CENTECH IS AWESOME!!! :chili:
 

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Great website with lots of different harness's available. I just might use a few things when i do my truck cab/bronco frame build.
 

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I would def suggest it. They'll build it and you'll be happy. I promise!
 

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thats what im talking about. i plan to run mass air, electric fans etc.. so going this route would work well.
 

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thats what im talking about. i plan to run mass air, electric fans etc.. so going this route would work well.
yeah man. Look into 12voltguy if you want a custom panel made. I love mine! And then centech will make you an awesome harness!
 

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total hours... man... i'm not really sure. prob 4-5 nights in a row stayin up late and workin on it. I will have to think about how many hours exactly we spent. but I'd say not more than 24. And that's not having a clue what we were doing.
 
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