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  1. J

    Power Terminal Block...? More info Anyone?

    Ok, I found my answer. It can be used in a sensor application to detect difference in current flow. Can be used ON/Off switching application.
  2. J

    Power Terminal Block...? More info Anyone?

    Hey guys, I bought this terminal block a few years ago and I forgot what my application was going to be with it... I think it had something to do with taking 28V to 12v-5v via (Hall Effect) fuses on two blocks (input-output) voltages. Is it step down transformation or something else? Forgive me...
  3. J

    To blast or not .. and then what. Professional advice sought

    Yeah, I concur on that. If the existing paint is solid then feather it out and paint over it. My situation with this 1970 Kaiser Jeep XM818 was a extreme case of layers of paint. All of the panel gasket rubber is rotten. The paint has caused binding on hood, doors, and anything that adjusts or...
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    To blast or not .. and then what. Professional advice sought

    I saw this discussion pop-up again in my inbox this week. Anyway, this reminds me of everyone's opinion of how to get rid of prickly pear cactus out here in west Texas. You hear a bunch of wise tales and untruths about how you get the job done. It's easy, rake and pile it. It's like raking...
  5. J

    Ever see inside the Protective Control Box?

    I think what you are describing the same condition I had. Sounds like you main (battery) solenoid is bad. Your getting power across the coil, but the contacts are done. See, I let my batteries get too weak and the slow cranking put to much load on the battery solenoid. The clicking is the...
  6. J

    What we did with 5-ton @Rednecks With Paychecks, Saint Jo, TX

    I hear you... I had my phone in the truck, but found little time to pull it out and take pictures. The video and pictures are starting to show up on the net. We are looking for stuff to post.
  7. J

    What we did with 5-ton @Rednecks With Paychecks, Saint Jo, TX

    It was... It will test your skills and comfort level with being dirty and trying to stay dry. I don't like going to bed dirty, hungry, and uncomfortable, but sometimes in life this is how things can be. This will test your ability to deal with a uncomfortable situation if you are camping and...
  8. J

    What we did with 5-ton @Rednecks With Paychecks, Saint Jo, TX

    You got that right! Just a bunch of redneck'en immaturity! :-D
  9. J

    What we did with 5-ton @Rednecks With Paychecks, Saint Jo, TX

    It's all about having off-road fun with any vehicle. Whatever you can muster up!
  10. J

    What we did with 5-ton @Rednecks With Paychecks, Saint Jo, TX

    Ha! Good to be home. Will I do it again? Probably, but I will have a RV next time. From what I hear rain is always part of the event. That's good though... As far as the truck pull I decided it wasn't worth the risk. It wasn't fair contest anyway.
  11. J

    What we did with 5-ton @Rednecks With Paychecks, Saint Jo, TX

    Okay, had a great time for sure. Not for those who can't handle a bunch of rednecks, horse power, loud music, mud slinging, booze, naked breasts etc... This isn't the place to take grandma. I'm sure there were a few baptisms and worship gatherings held there today. Actually, everyone was very...
  12. J

    Air Ride Seats - best place to tap-in for running air to seats?

    Hey, just came back in to reply back that I just saw that. Ah ****, you beat me to it though. I totally understand that's a no go! My first mental picture was "oh yeah" those lines are right there. I've been painting my troop seats and just finished them, so it wasn't until just a few minutes...
  13. J

    Air Ride Seats - best place to tap-in for running air to seats?

    He's talking about a T off of the 1/4" supply line for high-low transfer on the floor (right-side) of the driver seat. "There are three fittings down by your right side coming out of the floor by the high low range. The fitting closest to the back wall is supply and I just cut it in the...
  14. J

    Air Ride Seats - best place to tap-in for running air to seats?

    Sounds good! That would be so easy too! I think that pillow is rated for a 140 lbs, I think? I don't think it will blow on 120 lbs, but you know when you have topped out anyway.
  15. J

    Air Ride Seats - best place to tap-in for running air to seats?

    You got that right. I'll put a regulator on it. I don't need a bleed-off problem because the air pillow decides to spring a leak.
  16. J

    Air Ride Seats - best place to tap-in for running air to seats?

    What does an A2 and CTIS have to do with my airing up my butt?:-D Sorry, not following you on that... Sounds like a good idea for what ever it is...?:beer:
  17. J

    Air Ride Seats - best place to tap-in for running air to seats?

    Nope! My bad... I found the 4-way tap you speak of. It was buried in a dark place under many air lines. Anyway, I guess I could use that 2 port extension tap off of the next quad up the line and make a cleaner install with one additional port. Anyway, thanks! I'll look things over and see what...
  18. J

    Air Ride Seats - best place to tap-in for running air to seats?

    That must be this one then... That's a 4-way block right there against the rail under the spare tire carrier. Mine has a two port extension on it. That's all the better, right? ****, I've got two aux ports to play with... If this is the one you are referring too? It's the only quad in that...
  19. J

    Air Ride Seats - best place to tap-in for running air to seats?

    Okay, after looking I'm not sure which one? It sounds like you are talking about the low-range actuator valve with the roller arm on it? Is that Correct? Here are some pictures... you point me to the right one. Shoot, all of my hoses are painted green. I guess there will be yellow underneath...
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