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Hello All! I am a proud owner of a 1976 hardtail shovelhead. I bought with the intention of making it a bobber. Right now I am relocating the battery and cleaning up the wiring. I think this has got to be the simplest electrical setup there can be, but want to make sure what I have is fully functional. The bike starts and runs, but there were some wires that didnt even go to anything when I exposed all the wiring. Below is a diagram of what I have, please let me know if there are any problems with it before I start cleaning it up, I would greatly appreciate it. Sorry for the MS paint diagram! I tryed uploading my bike pics but i have to get them compressed.
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