|| Wiring harnesses come complete with installation instructions...something
that is seldom included from other companies.
Narragansett Reproductions can also install your wiring harness
Our wiring harnesses are built for commercial use by trailer and
truck manufacturers and available at wholesale prices to other antique
car part retail businesses. For example, Narragansett Reproductions
has filled an order for several 30' long harnesses for Nova Scotia
For those with a passion for the authenticity of their old cars
wires, but who also want the safety of modern plastic wires, Narragansett
Reproductions provides the solution, the lacquered and braided finish
over plastic coated wires.
Note: In the mid-1950's U.S. automobile manufacturers switched from
the braided and lacquered wires to plastic coated wires.
Narragansett Reproductions provides the following services and
benefits that make us uniquely qualified to build your wiring harness.
- Our machine shop can reproduce any tooling necessary to duplicate
original molds. We have the injection molding machines required
to produce special plugs and insulators.
- We have gone to the extent of having our own connectors cast
to terminate our highly authentic battery cables.
- Our facility is capable of producing any braided and lacquered
or PVC wire in any color combination.
- We have other types of wire such as armored, shielded, and lamp
- Many hard-to-find connectors are also available.
- A braiding service is offered for those who wish to build their
- Street Rods and Hot Rods are also a specialty. We will work
with the vehicle designer to custom-craft a special harness for
their unique vehicle.
- Optional wires can be incorporated into any harness system.
This would include relay systems for hidden turn signals and four-way
flashers. Wires can be inserted for fog lights, electric fuel
pumps, and any other accessory or special item.
HOW WE DO IT
All of our drawings are color, gage, and terminal correct. When
we get an order for a harness that we have not built in the past,
our in-house draftsman works up a blueprint, or shop drawing. We
use the schematics and the customers original to prepare the shop
drawing. The reason we require the customer to send the originals
is the schematics don't give all the necessary information that
is required to build a harness from. Although the schematic tells
you what color the wire is and where it goes to, it doesn't tell
you the correct gages, individual wire lengths, types of terminals
and connectors used, nor what type of braid or loom might have been
used. This is how we ensure our harnesses are exact duplicates of
Once the draftsperson has completed the shop drawing, we can price
the harness and quote the customer. Upon approval, the harness is
put into production. We start with OEM approved PVC wire. We braid
and lacquer all the wire used in our harnesses right here in our
own shop. We even do our own striping where required on our PVC
When an assembler begins a harness, he pulls the appropriate wire
and cuts it to length according to our shop drawings. We now offer
wiring harnesses for a wide range of applications including motorcycles,
boats, trailers and planes. We are constantly adding to our line
of harnesses, as our machine shop completes the tooling required
for many hard to find connectors and molded plugs. We constantly
seek out new ways to improve our products