Routing Wires to Rear Fenders

What is the correct routing of the wiring to the rear fenders of an MH 50?  April 15, 2016.

The attached link from our FENA website is labeled for the F-40, but as you can see it is also for the MH-50, and early production MF-50.

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Here is some additional information you may find helpful:

Ferguson wiring diagrams show the wires running under the axle housings. My own experience has been the wires are vulnerable to damage when routed in this manner. I prefer to run the wires along the 1 1/2″ brake shafts that run between the brake backing plates, and the axle trumpet housings. Use a Ford part made for this purpose to attach the cable to the shaft, Steiner Tractor Parts part # ABC545. You will need 4 @ $4.65 each.

If you need them, replacement clips are available for the other locations on the tractor including:

6 Dennis Carpenter #9N-17668 @ $2.00 ea. replaces MF #180746M1
(enlarge the hole to make an 180746M2)
4 Dennis Carpenter #9N-17667 @ $3.00 ea. replaces MF #1750679M1
4 Dennis Carpenter #B-14585 @ $1.00 ea. replaces MF #1750678M1

Depending on how your headlight wires are run you may need either Dennis Carpenter #358297-S @ $1.00 ea., or Dennis Carpenter #809122 @ $3.00 ea.

If your wiring harness uses one wire running in loom along one side of the fuel tank you will need 3 of the #358297-S clips. If your wiring harness uses wires running in loom along both sides of the fuel tank you will need 6 of those clips.

If your wiring harness runs those wires along the side of the fuel tank with no loom you will need either 3 or 6 of part #809122. If there is one wire running along one side of the fuel tank you will need 3 clips, if they run wires on both sides of the fuel tank you will need 6.

If you are installing the accessory plug under the tail lamp, and you need a new rubber boot, order Steiner #ABC2285 @ $4.95.