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Unread 02-14-2009, 01:06 PM   #11
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CC-John- thanks very much for the help!!

I've been watching your Ike re-build and it has helped me determine my setup- D395, 8:1 gears. Is Ike all done?
You're welcome!!

Ike is pretty much finished mechanically & electrically.. I'm gonna try to get all the stuff rounded up this summer for his cosmetic makeover in the fall.. In the meantime, he just looks like an ol' beater cart.. A guy on the other side of the neighborhood just got a Tomberlin E-Merge, Ike very easily blew his doors off the other day!!!!

Having a sleeper is so much fun!!!
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Unread 02-14-2009, 02:35 PM   #12
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Believe me, Scotty, I don't want to do any extra electrical work than absolutly necessary, it's not my strong suit. I still can't even make my LED lights flash with the turn signal, but that's a different thread I've already posted (all those places selling the LED flasher are in China or Australia, 15-20 business days shipping, if ever! where's the made in America stuff??!)
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Believe me, Scotty, I don't want to do any extra electrical work than absolutly necessary, it's not my strong suit. I still can't even make my LED lights flash with the turn signal, but that's a different thread I've already posted (all those places selling the LED flasher are in China or Australia, 15-20 business days shipping, if ever! where's the made in America stuff??!)
It has been outsourced Yeah you need a LED flasher for those lights.....
Why are you going to 72 volts?
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You can get electronic turn signal flashers at most auto parts stores.. The Buss #232 is an electronic replacement for most 2 terminal automotive flashers..
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Why are you going to 72 volts?

Um...you mean why am I going to 72v instead of higher, right?

Sure, it's possible that I may be satisfied with the motor and gearing combo... well, who am I kidding... that's why they make stuff like this:

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