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Author Topic: WWGTG MODDING IN Des Moines  (Read 6344 times)
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« Reply #50 on: 07/18/10 11:58 AM »

I have help from another member with the all 4 on hi mod!

If you were referring to me, I will be there and will have the items needed to assist or do that for you  Cool! but IF someone else is on a roll with your mods and wants to slam the all on hi mod out too, by all means keep your mods rolling knock that out also.
My family and I will be rolling out from El Dorado on Friday morning, so timewise I can't say when we will be there with pit stops and such and what time everyone else will be taking care of mods wanting done.

But as I said awhile back, I will be more than happy to help on the all on high mod if nobody gets to it first.  Thumbs up!

Is there a phone number list going around for members that might have questions later on without computer access? (non public for spammers and so on)  Beating
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« Reply #51 on: 07/18/10 12:40 PM »

I may need help with a fused connection. I ran a new power cable to the minitor for the backup camera and have it tied up behind the rearview mirror right now. I bought everything to do the job except the solder, anyone bringing some? The wire from the cable that I bought is so fine that I do not trust it in the connection pictured, solder is the only way to go with that much difference in wire sizes............

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« Reply #52 on: 07/18/10 03:09 PM »

I dont travel without my solder, well except when hauling wood, ugh, my back is killing me! Vicodin to the rescue
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« Reply #53 on: 07/18/10 03:39 PM »

Not sure about the swap meet/for sale section that will be going on at the GTG, but is anyone interested in some galvanized 3/8" cable?

Diameter     3/8"
Finish    Galvanized
Length    (see below)
Material    Steel
Style    Aircraft
Type    Cable
Work Load Limit    2880 lb
Strand Core    7x19
Breaking Strength    14400 lb

The spool is 12" tall and about 8-8 1/2" across and there is 3 1/4 rolls on the spool. It's been in a dry garage for about 3 yrs and I'm not going to use it.

It's selling for $.50/ft  I will bring it if anyone wants some or the whole thing.
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« Reply #54 on: 07/18/10 03:40 PM »

I dont travel without my solder, well except when hauling wood, ugh, my back is killing me! Vicodin to the rescue

That drive looks familiar  After you left I helped another friend load a few more rounds. My back is OK for now but I am glad that I do not have to mess with any more of it!
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