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  1. My new wiper system. I never really liked the L model wiper system. The standard B I thought was much better and was certainly more refined. You can throttle it back so it sweeps so slowly, you don't need a intermittent. Plus, the arms park and stay parked when not in use. None of that occurs in the L cab. With that in mind, when I cut apart my cab I removed all the air supply lines from the center windshield post. Now that I'm at the point of the rebuild where things are going back together, I needed to figure out what I was going to do. The search took a while, but this is what I came up wit
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  2. Out of the paint shop...now to final assembly!
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  3. I mounted the controller and a 4 circuit fuse block to the underside of the steering column support.
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  4. Nice job, Those two motors are the same as the single unit I used. Good motors And the shaft length is the same too. https://www.americanclassic.com/1947-53-Wiper-Motor-Electric-Conversion-12-volt/productinfo/67-064/?utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=Bing Shopping&utm_term=4579259771914807&utm_content=Ad group %231
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  5. I don't think you are a cynic -I think you are correctly putting your finger on it. My view?- everything at a measured pace-but that is not what these guys are willing to live with-in particular if they think government will subsidize all this stuff.
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  6. Thats a neat option to air wipers and a lot more user friendly to I would imagine Paul
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  7. What ever pump you use make sure the gear teeth count is same as old pump
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  8. It's the best.🤦‍♂️
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  9. https://www.tptools.com/Kirker-ULTRA-GLO-Urethane-Topcoats.html#
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  10. Kirker paint was the company that suppled mack I bought it from cook brothers they had the mack shades in stock some years ago
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  11. about that time good ole banning was THE training site for caldot
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  12. don`t ya just love it when someone who does`nt have a clue insists on helping
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  13. I’ve seen on YouTube a heap of guys will put some enamel hardener in with rustoleum paint. Apparently it improves drying time, gloss and durability.
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  14. I graduated to a run where I don’t hit any scales and very little chain up 522 a night and 620 if I have to take a snow route single driver tractor with two trailers not allowed over 395 with a chain control we have to go 98 mild around.... bob
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  15. Chop-Chop, just cut those two feet of excess wiring out of my new harness I was talking about. But, it needed to be done to make it fit the cab. Clustered all the wires by component, so if I ever have to change something it'll come out without being tangled with something else. I still have to prove it out one more time and double check all the connections for tightness, add a grounding point. Back to the cab after that to chase some wires around before the dash goes in for the last time. Remove my blue tape tags, too!! I've also got my windshield wiper solution to install. I hunted
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  16. I remember that the long ears were a little harder on the palms when opening the hood on an R!
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