Smokeycub wrote:Where did you get the wire cover/insulation stuff, it looks like oem Cub material, from your model A too?
For original electrical/wiring supplies I have always ordered from Rhode Island Wiring (riwire.com). The loom that is covering the wires is their non-metallic autoloom, it comes in a wide variety of diameters, just remember that you have to put the terminals on after you put the loom on. I also covered the tubing for the oil pressure gauge with the autoloom. They also offer a very wide selection of terminal ends (all electro-tinned, crimp and solder), connectors, fuse holders and just about anything else you may need if you are doing any type of period or restoration work. Although you can't see it in the photos, the wiring is cloth covered 12ga, black with a double yellow cross tracer. All of their wire is vinyl coated then has the cloth cover woven over it. In the one photo you can see the added ground cable going to the shifter, that is 00ga battery cable with the woven cloth covering as well. The bakelite bullet-end connector on the bracket was also supplied by riwire, they were also able to supply me with a new contact button and insulator for the lamp socket. I have been buying from them for years, modern vinyl wire and modern connectors on older equipment always bugs me.
The horn is a regular single tone Delco-Remy. You can pick up original non-working "ahooga" horns for not too much, and they are not that hard to fix. Don't be shocked if you try to buy a reproduction one though, last time I checked they were closing in on $300. They do make the reproduction horns in both 6 and 12 volt. The Delco-Remy that you see in the photo I got at a swap meet for $10, who can pass up a $10 horn, I know that I can't.