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    Quote Originally Posted by M1078MAN View Post
    Yes they are, going to see if i can make them work
    work for what?? ctis covers orr?
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    yes, ctis armor...
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    Today was a great day..a SS Brother in Arms came to my rescue and sent me a CTIS Module, no name, a PO box in Ashville NC.
    Who ever you are, thank you brother!.....I wont post any additional info about you.
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    After checking out the part numbers, and they matched, I took it out to the truck, and plugged her in. I now have flashing single light and all mods select-able. Now i just need to do some additional trouble shooting to why i have no working inflate or deflate.

    Also, a great day, mail call

    Recd these HET CTIS covers thanks to fleaBa. A little nip and tuck and they just might work, bolt holes look like they will line up, but they wont.

    got to do some slicing and dicing, but great platform to start with
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    Always welcome /Mail Call\

    Thanks to the Amaz-on, picked up the 150 lb CTIS transducer

    Search AUTEX Pressure Transducer/Sender/Sensor 150/200 Psi Stainless Steel Compatible With Oil, Fuel, Air, Water (150 Psi)

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    /Mail Call\- today, thanks to Amaz-on, recd 199 M4x.7 blind rivnuts.
    28 PAOZZ 84256 ALS3-470-2.0 NUT,PLAIN,KNURLED M4X.70 (GRIP 16


    Search CAK2-470-3.3, RIVETNUT, M4x0.07 (2.01-3.30mm GR) RND Body Splined, Low PRO HD, Steel, Zinc YLW (100 PK)

    /Spent the day pressure washing, cleaning windows and waxing the carc [shinning the tires], going to enter truck of the day comp\
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    Today was spent trouble shooting CTIS, and after a few hrs, think i have stumbled on the problem. I found that the right rear CTIS LINE TO TOP OF HUB WAS BROKE CLEAN OFF at the connection, hose only..Will get a line and see if that solves my problem.

    Question, as a test, can i by pass the pressure switch just by jumping the two wire connector
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    The pressure switch on the air tank? Yes I use a paperclip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suprman View Post
    The pressure switch on the air tank? Yes I use a paperclip.
    Yes, good deal, I thought I remember doing that, but been 10 years

    Here is the carnage i found and after i took the hub side connector off. you really could not see it

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    "think i have stumbled on the problem."
    Myself, I will take lucky over good any day if it saves me time and frustration. Here's to many more "lucky" problem fixes!

    BTW, you are making me very jealous. I was hoping to be working on our M1083 at the pace you are going. Unfortunately, I decided to go back to work at a "real job" for a while just to stash away some extra funds for the truck. But I will definitely be watching your progress with interest. Both for the good info and to do a little vicarious living.

    Keep up the great work, Bill
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    /MAIL CALL\ Today i had a nice surprise, the following was delivered ahead of schedule..I need a few more, just couldn't spend the 400 bucks

    TM 9-2320-365-10
    Change 2
    C-3
    Section II.
    ADDITIONAL AUTHORIZATION LIST (CONT)
    (1)
    National Stock
    Number
    (2)
    Description
    Usable On
    CAGEC & Part Number
    Code
    (3)
    U/I
    (4)
    Qty
    Auth
    2540-01-489-5928
    KIT, RIM COVER
    57K199

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    I guess I spoke too early, anther delivery, both via fleaba

    9150-00-223-4134
    9150-00-082-7524
    9150-00-265-9408
    Hydraulic Fluid, Petroleum Base
    (MIL-H-5606) (81349)
    1 qt can
    1 gal can
    10 gal drum
    55 gal drum
    qt
    gal

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