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I am attempting to install a new wiring loom into a friends T160 project but I am trying to understand the original routing of the cables.
The rear light wiring is routed via the wiring protector to the side of the mudguard and it looks as though it exits to the upper side of the mudguard/fender via a grommet. The mudguard does not have any fixings for clips so I am wondering how the cable is secured under the mudguard. I amd also interested in how the rear indicator cables are routed. If anyone has any information or photos about the wiring layout I would be very grateful.
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Mike


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Thanks LAB! A picture is worth a thousand words. It looks like there is a welded tab under the mudguard in your photos which isn't in place on the project but now I know where things go it makes life a little easier.
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