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  • Spacenut's Avatar
    Today, 09:23 PM
    Spacenut replied to a thread Wiring loom in Electrical
    This is similar to "battle short", where circuit breakers are bypassed for emergency operation (I am thinking of Apollo mission control but obviously...
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  • Spacenut's Avatar
    Today, 09:14 PM
    Very impressive. I know from bitter experience how easy it is to get a "sloppy fit", body on chassis - boom, all done. NOT! Then you have to spend...
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  • Spacenut's Avatar
    Today, 09:07 PM
    Good thinking BushCaddy - just don't forget the regenerative braking for the wiper motor. You'll never stop laughing otherwise!
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  • Sector's Avatar
    Today, 04:56 PM
    Sometimes yes, but not this time. It was critical to plan ahead. I undersized all cuts to get a tight fit. So now the body fits like a glove. Also,...
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  • islandman's Avatar
    Today, 02:48 PM
    You are following the eyeball engineering techniques, build first and figure out how to make it fit later on :clapping:
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  • Phill's Avatar
    Today, 01:56 PM
    Phill replied to a thread Wiring loom in Electrical
    The modifications manual is a mine of useful information:- I've had a hard copy for many years but have only recently realised how detailed it is...
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  • Sector's Avatar
    Today, 12:55 PM
    What do you think about off road application? Just kidding, snapped this photo half way through the process of lowering body onto the chassis. Some...
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  • Peter's Avatar
    Today, 10:16 AM
    This stuff is constantly evolving, so it will take time. The EOC one is always having changes and additions. Great sheet, very impressive details.
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  • Peter's Avatar
    Today, 10:13 AM
    Peter replied to a thread Wiring loom in Electrical
    I have mine, with a relay block, on the right back wall of the boot. Very close to foot well but accessible.
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  • islandman's Avatar
    Today, 01:02 AM
    You could incorporate that neat little intermittent wipe via the VW relay that Brett posted, simply easy fix with no need for extra switches / delay...
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  • islandman's Avatar
    Today, 12:59 AM
    islandman replied to a thread Wiring loom in Electrical
    Only issue with the front area would be damp / moisture etc... If its well sealed should be ok. I would caution against a totally "Hot" feed. Put...
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  • bushboy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:50 PM
    bushboy replied to a thread Wiring loom in Electrical
    I am contemplating the same issue at the moment with The Golf Kart. Where to put the fuse board. I am leaning towards the monkey seat in the...
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  • bushboy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:43 PM
    Thanks Jim, Quick search of fleabay did not turn any thing up. Will proceed with a micro switch, just need to order it. Had a little time...
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  • Dirk's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:41 PM
    Dirk replied to a thread Wiring loom in Electrical
    There is no need to keep it nearer the switches other than you use a little less wire. If you are putting it in the front I think some sort of...
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