Build tread (kind of)

westendguzzi
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Re: Build tread (kind of)

Post by westendguzzi » Thu Jan 07, 2021 9:57 am

Berglind wrote:
Mon Nov 09, 2020 7:56 am
Thanks for your advice!

Just to be sure - do you mean that i should move to hole for the wire nipple to the green dot? (and consequently the wire holder) It's no big effort, just want to be sure.
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Yes move towards the green dot. (Sorry, missed this earlier)

westendguzzi
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Re: Build tread (kind of)

Post by westendguzzi » Thu Jan 07, 2021 10:10 am

Re Tacho, I think you will find that most are switchable between number of cylinders. Beware 'lost spark' ignition, that will be 1 cylinder setting.
Nice choice of ash for trim.
I made a solid dash for a fellow builder in usa from a piece of ripple ash that I had in my possession for 20 years. It was a beautiful honey colour. He turned it into black ash :( :o
Keep up the good work.

Berglind
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Re: Build tread (kind of)

Post by Berglind » Tue Jan 12, 2021 10:25 am

westendguzzi wrote:
Thu Jan 07, 2021 10:10 am
It was a beautiful honey colour. He turned it into black ash :( :o
Oh, the horror. :roll:
I intend to keep it fairly light, just stain it enough to make it less susceptible to damages.
Thank you!

Main switch, relays and fuses connected. Got the ingition key working, now the engine part of the electrical system is ready i can get on with the lights, horn and other stuff.
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