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Unread 04-16-2010, 10:15 PM   #81
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That looks great~ drill some holes for the factory hold downs
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Unread 04-17-2010, 09:29 AM   #82
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That looks great~ drill some holes for the factory hold downs
Thanks. Yeah, forgot those darn holes.. Thanks for the rivet gun idea. I have never used a rivet gun and it worked out nice and looks good. Plus didn't have to find a TIG welder.
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Unread 04-17-2010, 01:06 PM   #83
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Slowly making progress!!

I'm having a really hard time finding ball-joints for the throttle linkage and I suck at trying to engineer something..

I'm going to start wiring things up and see how far I get before I need to head to the welding store to see if they are open to make me some fit-to-size cables. I have lots of 4 AGW cables with ends on them from a set I had made when she was 36v..
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Unread 04-17-2010, 02:01 PM   #84
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That setup looks familiar?
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Unread 04-17-2010, 02:05 PM   #85
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Slowly making progress!!

I'm having a really hard time finding ball-joints for the throttle linkage and I suck at trying to engineer something..

I'm going to start wiring things up and see how far I get before I need to head to the welding store to see if they are open to make me some fit-to-size cables. I have lots of 4 AGW cables with ends on them from a set I had made when she was 36v..
If you need some ball joints and cannot find them I can pick some up from my work and send them to you. How many do you need ?
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That setup looks familiar?
Does kinda look like somebody's other picture I have seen out here. Wonder who that could be..

This F/R switch look right? Did you use the micro's? Thinking I don't need those any more.

What about the three pins on the bottom of the C-Pot6? Diagram looks like they are used.

Need to go out and find the thread that talked about the converter. Need some info on that..

88 - That would be awesome if you could send me some ball-joints. 4 to be on the safe side. Same one's you used. What size all-thread do I need?
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gsf35099 you have a PM!!!
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Unread 04-17-2010, 10:02 PM   #88
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Making more progress. Time to take a break for the night.

Thanks to impalass88 I have a great line up of what I can do tomorrow and make sure that I wire this thing right.

Still got to drill holes for bat tie down..

Hey jkeisel, hows it going on your end?
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Unread 04-17-2010, 10:52 PM   #89
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Default Re: getting ready to start 36v to 48v conv????

Hello to all . Ive been learning from this thread and search button alike. Just a newbie question if you don't mind ? I'm also starting roughly the same conversion and was wondering if anyone knows if I could use the axe with revers no plug brake wiring diagram or would I need to use the 96 and newer diagram?

I know that the axe diagram shows a half speed reverse is that some thing id want to do ?
makes me think that when i step on the pedal and its not half speed reverse would i be like WHoooa!! Any suggestions appreciated.
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Welcome, Screw the half speed reverse Half speed reverse is actually half power reverse....First time you get stuck in the mud and grab reverse you will be cursing it

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