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Re: RC: trailer wires

We've seen things like this when companies forget to wire the trailer before 
it's done! They used to stick it under the chrome trim & insert, but then 
not many people use that type of trim anymore. Never seen one that was done 
on purpose.
We do not feel it would be safe. If it was jerked loose by a tree limb it 
could short out & cause a fire. It would be better run through a piece of 
conduit under the trailer. It would be possible to add a conduit inside the 
horse compartment, but it would take a lot of work if it's a trailer with 
living quarters.
Monte & Nancy Mitts
CIW Trailers

>From: "JJ and Anita Carlson" <>
>To: <>
>Subject: RC:  trailer wires
>Date: Sun, 28 Jan 2001 16:29:29 -0500
>my friend recently bought a new trailer and the wires are on top of the 
>roof covered by a flimsy piece of fiberglass.  When she asked the dealer 
>about it he said this was normal.  none of us have ever seen wiring like 
>this on top of trailers.
>Maria is worried about the safety of this arrangment.
>So I'm taking a poll.   has anyone else seen this and is it safe and if not 
>what can you do to make it safe.
>Anita Carlson
>SE region

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