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New loom for heated glass and other upgrades

As a result of new heated glass now being available, I have also sourced and specced a new loom to safely incorporate the front and rear glass and other upgrades. The loom is based on the original Peerless Phase 1 version and includes feeds for the following additions:

Suitable for halogen headlamps
Additional twin driving lamps when on full beam
Electric fan
Electric fan thermo switch
Twin speed wiper motor
Auxiliary power (cigar) socket with fuse and relay) on permanent live
Alternator conversion
Hazard warning lights
Heated front screen with relay and own fuse
Heated rear screen with relay and own fuse
Rear fog lamp

The looms will also fit LHD cars and includes the overdrive loom.
They are finished in black braided material as per original spec and their quality is excellent.

You can of course spec other items, with an increase in cost, as each loom is handmade by a team of at least ten people.
It is worth noting that if you order the same uprated spec, the costs are likely to be less expensive than deviating from original because the template has now been created for my loom.

A standard Peerless Phase 1 or 2 loom without an alternator conversion is 242.02 INC VAT and UK postage.
A standard Warwick loom costs the same.

Pricing is not confirmed as yet for the uprated loom, so I recommend you speak with Debbie at Autosparks. She's a font of knowledge and will readily quote for your requirements. Each loom has a lead time of 6-8 weeks, so factor that in.

I will update soon once I have fitted the new loom (delivery in a week or so).

I hope this will be of use to anyone looking to replace their 50-year old wiring.

All the best,

nigel c


yea Jon originally set this up and I ordered a loom a few years ago....gona fit it soon, onest.hmm

really helpful people

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