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1996 Mustang GT Ignition wire loom options

OK so I got some new 8mm wires from ford racing. The stock looms are bad and a couple broke (they are 14 years old). I'm looking for some replacement wire loom options. There are a dozen different options but not a lot of photos showing the application.

Thanks in advance for any input!

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I used these on my old T-Bird 4.6, same setup, and I liked them a lot.

97-99 Ford F-150 4.6 Ignition Firepower Billet Aluminum Wire Looms by Performance Distributors at Carolina Classic Trucks

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