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Friday, August 3, 2018

NEW SHOW SCHEDULE (EVENTS WHERE YOU CAN FIND OUR DEALERS)

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AUGUST 1-4

NSRA STREET ROD NATIONALS 2019

LOUISVILLE, KY


AUGUST  8-10


TRI-FIVE NATIONALS 2019


BOWLING GREEN, KY 


AUGUST 23-25


FROG FOLLIES 2019


EVANSVILLE, IN


SEPTEMBER 6-7


SHADES OF THE PAST 2019


PIGEON FORGE, TN


OCTOBER 17-20


CHARLOTTE AUTO FAIR FALL EVENT


CHARLOTTE, NC


NOVEMBER 26-30


TURKEY ROD RUN 2019


DAYTONA BEACH, FL 




                         


                               












LOOK!! WIRING DIAGRAMS!!!

GM DIAGRAMS (SCROLL DOWN FOR FORD, MOPAR, ETC)





60'S GM IGNITION SWITCH
COIL WIRE WOULD COMBINE WITH IGN SW IGN WIRE ON THE IGN POST



LATE 40'S EARLY 50'S GM HEADLIGHT SWITCH

BRAKE SWITCH POWER WIRE ISN'T USED IN OUR KITS
IT'S ALREADY ON IT'S OWN FUSE IN THE PANEL

MID TO LATE 50'S GM HEADLIGHT SWITCH


60'S CADILLAC HEADLIGHT SWITCH


REBEL WIRE LIGHTING SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAM


60'S GM 2 SPEED WIPER WIRING DIAGRAM

60'S GM ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR AND REGULATOR WIRING


67-72 CHEVY TRUCK INSTRUMENT CLUSTER WIRING (LIGHTS AND GAUGES)

GM CS SERIES ALTERNATOR WIRING
(NOTE THAT IT CAN BE WIRED DIFFERENT WAYS AND STILL CHARGE)




FORD WIRING DIAGRAMS:





60'S FORD IGNITION SWITCH WIRING






49 FORD HEADLIGHT SWITCH 
(GO BY THE TERMINAL LETTERING)
B-CONSTANT HOT HL POWER
P-PARK LIGHTS
H-DIMMER POWER
R-TAIL LIGHTS


SHOEBOX FORD HEADLIGHT SWITCH
SWITCHES WITH 2 B(BATTERY) TERMINALS NEED POWER ON BOTH TERMINALS
USUALLY A JUMPER WIRE FROM ONE TO THE OTHER IS THE EASIEST SOLUTION



60'S FORD HEADLIGHT SWITCH
SOMETIMES MOUNTED TO STOCK FUSE PANEL


70'S FORD STEERING COLUMN WIRING
(FORD COLORS MAY VARY BETWEEN YEARS)


FORD SOLENOID AND STARTER WIRING




FORD OVERDRIVE WIRING DIAGRAM




FORD CHARGING SYSTEMS (ALTERNATOR AND GENERATOR)
 










Thursday, August 17, 2017

Wiring Tech and Diagrams (click link for diagrams)


How to find a bad ground



Fan Relay Wiring




GM and Mopar Neutral Safety switch wiring






Ammeter vs Voltmeter Wiring

Dome Light Wiring


Turn Signal Switch Wiring

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

NEW!!! 9+3 UNDERSEAT WIRING HARNESS $245.00 plus shipping


This harness has 12 Fuses and 14 Circuits. Its perfect for your Hot Rod, Street Rod, Custom or Muscle Cars and Trucks that require fewer circuits. This kit has 11 circuits for lights, gauges, radio, radio constant-cell phone charger, wiper, ac-heat, motor, and third brake light, plus 3 open circuits for whatever you might want to add such as power windows and doors, etc. 

Assembled in the USA from American made components, the heavy duty SXL wire is labeled every 6" and bundled for easy installation.

This harness has 9ft power wires, allowing you to mount the fuse panel under the seat, or within 9ft of the switches. The rest of the wires 
are bundled into switches and labeled like our standard kits. KIT COMES WITH HEADLIGHT CONNECTORS, 4 1/4 TURN SIGNAL CONNECTOR AND FLOOR DIMMER CONNECTOR.

MADE IN THE U.S.A.

Monday, June 12, 2017

1936 Dodge built by 501 Speed Shop using the T-Bucket Underseat wiring harness

Here's a 1936 Dodge built by Myron Tolf and the 501 Speed Shop in Colorado. You'll never see the same car built twice there.  Everything is custom fabricated and one off.  This Dodge is running a 572 with a 400TH trans (2600 stall), topped off with a 1952 Oberhausen Electric Supercharger and 4 Holley 94's.






Our T-Bucket Underseat kit allows you to mount the fuse panel in a more remote location (like the passenger's side kick panel) for those builds that get tight on space in the driver's compartment.




Check out those vintage superchargers! You can bet that you'll never see the same build twice from 501 Speed Shop.

You'll find something new every time you look at these builds.  Every car hand crafted one at a time. Check back for more custom work from Myron Tolf and the 501 Speed Shop.

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Rebuilding an obsolete connector

https://www.facebook.com/rebel.wire/videos/1328621097232707/

What to do when you have an obsolete connector. It might be as simple as taking out the old terminal, crimping on a new one and locking it back in. Most of the Ford connectors we've seen use a simple 1/4 female spade with a locking tab on it. If you have questions about one, take the terminal out and send us a picture of it. We may have the terminal.