Task 1,2,3...4 on FV 432

bennym45

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Just finished working on dmetalmicky's FV 432. Added siren (extremely loud), linked all lights together; there is now no blackout lights, all lights come on at once AND dip (The previous dipswitch was fualty and would not not swith between the contacts so I put an new, simpler one in and attached the lights) and put the reversing camers on it, first they were cctv cameras then I changed them to proper 24v commercial reversing cameras and I took off the peak turret as it was getting in the way and we didn't like it. Now its time to play...
https://youtu.be/GyvqfdLvfhM
 

dmetalmiki

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We ordered the from flea bay! quite a resnable price £52. for two cameras and a nice 7" split view selection monitor benny fitted where I gan glance down to view the actions. Also has a remote control. He also fitted a new reversing bleeper. All units were 12/24 volt. And Yes that is a learners plate! I sneaked up and stuck it there as benny was reversing.
 

dmetalmiki

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Just finished working on dmetalmicky's FV 432. Added siren (extremely loud), linked all lights together; there is now no blackout lights, all lights come on at once AND dip (The previous dipswitch was fualty and would not not swith between the contacts so I put an new, simpler one in and attached the lights) and put the reversing camers on it, first they were cctv cameras then I changed them to proper 24v commercial reversing cameras and I took off the peak turret as it was getting in the way and we didn't like it. Now its time to play...
https://youtu.be/GyvqfdLvfhM
So here is the "play part" (after my work)

https://youtu.be/NgxA9WN6lYU
 

dgrev

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I was pleased to hear you telling Benny to keep those sticks forward.

Way too many people ride the sticks on controlled diff vehicles and glace the steering brakes.
It doesn't take much to do it, then ever after the steering responds poorly, then bites unexpectedly
on steering inputs.

Regards
Doug
 
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