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Unread 06-12-2015, 10:50 PM   #91
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Nice too see you guys love your kids, they're the secret to life, for those that haven't figured that out yet! Megans been driving something since she was 6 when i bought her first ATV for her.She's my only child so i spoil her rotten. She's a good driver,safer than me She's been to 190mph with me driving a blown Z06 Pics coming soon of the progress.Stay tuned ,,,same bat time ,,,,same bat channel
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Unread 06-12-2015, 10:54 PM   #92
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Those headlight cutouts look kinda large. What are their dimensions? I've ordered the body from Doubletake also.
4 1/8 x 8 3/4 . My old stock lights were way to small for these openings. I suggest you buy their light kit that fits their holes to avoid conflicts. I ordered my light kit from the same dealer that sold me the body. They fit perfect
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Unread 06-12-2015, 11:22 PM   #93
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Blitz, I am really enjoying this thread, as much for the project progress as some of the reasons behind it. Your references about your Dad and Daughter resonate with me. My Dad also died too soon, but lives on in me, and like you I would do just about anything for my daughter.
I gotta start learning how to work on these things!
I'm glad you like it, i started it to keep myself busy while she's away,so i wouldn't worry myself sick.I'll post some pics of hers up there,,, a baby moose and it mother wandered through the resort a couple days ago. Hell of a picture,,i'm real proud of her, she's the perfect daughter. I'm sorry you lost your dad young also, it sucks,i know your pain. Go ahead and work on something, get your hands dirty ,its not hard. If i can do it anyone can
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Unread 06-12-2015, 11:46 PM   #94
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Carbon Fiber,,,aka plastic dash is installed and looking saaaaweet.It is a solid well manufactured piece that looks like the real deal!!! It did take some messing with to get it screwed in straight. I used #8 x3/4" self tapping phillips head screws, painted the heads black and trashed the screws sent with the dash as they were useless. Morons I laid out my digital volt meter using a piece of paper cut to size and cut it out with a dremel tool. The small rectangular hole above the round key switch accepted a light switch i got at Napa to replace the crap one i cut off the new harness. Saved me from cutting another hole in the dash also as that rectangular hole comes already pre cut from the manufacturer. And that Napa switch fit it perfectly Finally a test of the meter with an old 9v battery on my desk. And mounted the new voltage reducer next to the stock controller.Now and on with some pics Oh yeah,, polished stainless steel steering column cover too
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Midnight Update: Have ditched the idea of going 48v. Been convinced by my local CC dealer friend that what i have is suitable for my daughters needs and that the 36v controller cart is one of the best CC built. Works for me, saves me 600 bucks at least, and that money will pay for most of the batteries. 6 new Trojan T-105's set to be delivered on 24th of this month.Six New Batteries Total Cost-768.50,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Daughters Happiness - PRICELESS ! Pic taken today is of Megan at Breeding facility for champion Iditarod sled dogs near Denali.Thats my girl .. doing what i always wanted to do !!!!
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4 1/8 x 8 3/4 . My old stock lights were way to small for these openings. I suggest you buy their light kit that fits their holes to avoid conflicts. I ordered my light kit from the same dealer that sold me the body. They fit perfect
Exactly what I thought. Thanks.
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Unread 06-13-2015, 09:10 AM   #97
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So do you live in Florida or Alaska? LoL
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Exactly what I thought. Thanks.
No problem, glad to help.
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Unread 06-13-2015, 02:23 PM   #99
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So do you live in Florida or Alaska? LoL
You looked at this thread and,,,Thats your question,,, what did my ex-wife hire you? Dude please,,,back of the line and think up another question Just kidding brother what was your question again She's in Alaska , i'm in Fl. right now
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So the gauge you Installed in the dash...where did that come from?
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