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Unread 02-06-2015, 09:07 PM   #1
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Default Finally ordered Scotty B items

Slowed down enough to log in and order 2g cables, F&R (HD) and 400a solenoid, which should arrive sometime next week. Sort of curious of the speed change after install, as the DS does 30+ without the electric upgrades already.

As I am attempting to pace myself with some sort of a budget constraint, install these items, road test and the next month order the 500A controller, install and road test again, also to check the "distance able to travel" difference from before and after.

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Unread 02-06-2015, 10:05 PM   #2
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Default Re: Finally ordered Scotty B items

If you are already doing 30+ already what are you expecting to do with the additional mods?
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If you are already doing 30+ already what are you expecting to do with the additional mods?
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Default Re: Finally ordered Scotty B items

I'd say preparing for faster acceleration and way more torque especially when he installs the 500 amp controller.

Scotty, just looked at your cables again. They are a work of art! Sooner or later I will own a set from you, but with 3/8 on the solenoid ends for my HD solenoid.
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Unread 02-07-2015, 10:18 AM   #5
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I'd say preparing for faster acceleration and way more torque especially when he installs the 500 amp controller.

Scotty, just looked at your cables again. They are a work of art! Sooner or later I will own a set from you, but with 3/8 on the solenoid ends for my HD solenoid.
3/8ths solenoid lugs are standard on the 2g sets.
3/8ths lugs are also put on the 4 cables ends that land on the SW202 reversing contactor... and of course #10 stud hole lugs are used for the CC series F&R.
Some cable sets have 3 different size lugs mixed in to insure a proper fit at every terminal
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To upgrade.... Faster wasn't the thought, I spent time and effort on builds that I did for others and I finally have sometime for mine in between underway periods. Stopping is easy, as I have disk brakes all around. These are the last of the items I wanted to purchase, except maybe a solid aluminum canopy top frame vice my PVC frame. Otherwise, I sold my other "vehicle" toy as my 84 CJ departed last week, so I have some funds to put into the DS.

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Unread 02-07-2015, 08:23 PM   #7
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And I even spent $13.99 for the alum rim lug nuts, vice running a ugly lug nut.
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Oconnorb,

What/who's motor are you using in your cart?
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Unread 02-08-2015, 09:51 AM   #9
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PQ 36v Bandit in a 48v system, running temp between 98 - 102 degrees. I have air duct to run over (on to) motor when moving. 6:1 rear gears, with 255/50/10 rear DOT street tires.
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Very nice, very nice
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