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    Running wiring from back to front - suggestions?

    I have a Kolpin electric 3pt hitch system I used to use on my old JD lawn tractor. sold the acreage and now have a viking and the hitch. was looking around the other night on how to run wire from back to front and noticed the center of the floor has bolts and appears to be a separate panel. Can anyone confirm this or let me know if you have done something similar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tooldad View Post
    I have a Kolpin electric 3pt hitch system I used to use on my old JD lawn tractor. sold the acreage and now have a viking and the hitch. was looking around the other night on how to run wire from back to front and noticed the center of the floor has bolts and appears to be a separate panel. Can anyone confirm this or let me know if you have done something similar?

    thanks!
    I did . I ran a set of wires on the leftside plenty of room ... if you take the center floor out there is two plastic retainers that are hidden under the dash lip . on the outer edges of the center floor... when I got to the back I went up to the cross member .crossed to the right side and back to keep it away from the hot exhaust. hope this helps
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