Subject:RE: RE: RE: 48S taillight connector plug Date:Mon Mar 21 18:24:49 2016
Response to:21130

Leo, the pic is of the 1950 prototype, the 48 and 48 wiring
is on the top of the tube, but the wire strap goes in the
same place. Also the 48-49 models use a square top clip, both
looms go in it as seen in the 48 prototype pics. It goes on
top of the frame spine, right behind the seat bracket

Hi Mutt,
Many thanks for 2 advises. Installed a dual plug, so that is
ref tie wrap 9999, on your photo, loom is at underside of
tube, while protype photos show on top of tube. Is this again
changed for production models?


Leo, none of the 125/165/Hummer models thru 1957 came with a
brake light switch (unless you ordered one on the bike when
ya bought it and the Dealer would put it on before you got
the bike.) I think only the prototype 48 model has the plug
with the wire coming into the bottom.In 25+ years of
restoring these bikes, I have never seen one of those plugs
in a unrestored bike. All had the 2 filament plugs

the 9999 wire strap was used only on one place on the bike
thru 59, on the top frame tube, under the tank, just in front
of the seat bracket, to hold the main harness(es)

Hi fellows,
Making good progress with restoration of my 48S8900 and
getting to the details.

Noticed on factory photo taillight wiring is going downwards
from connector plug, what is case with single contact bulb
and 5061-23 plug where wire is connected at bottom.
But my original 48 parts book shows dual plug 5061-34,where
wires are connected at rear, for use of optional brake light
Appreciate any advise what should be correct.

Secondly, where is tie wrap 9999 used?

Many thanks in advance.


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