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If he would quit having tea with the Queen he could get his program into distribution!
were some listed on eBay recently
AFCO's on-line catalog
These were originally supplied in a yellow paint.
Apparently it's a ton of work to paint over chrome.
Here is what I found-
To paint over a...
Look at AFCO's 23400CR springs at 400 lbs for the front.
Unfortunately they are available only as chrome plated now at $60.00 each.
"You would need something that absorbs the energy of the rock and a thin film can't do that."
I understand the military uses a...
I did find out that AFCO still offers the 23400 spring but it's new number is 23400CR.
That's 10" 400 lb rating.
The new model is available in...
It is possible that these IC's are getting spurious voltages caused by the regulator in the alternator
There are no surge protectors in...
The attached photos show the different batteries.
a) computer motherboard style
b) compact circular style
Compact circular style is about the...
I have done a few of those modules, and I have posted quite a bit of info on that thread
It is not rocket science but takes dexterity.
It's not the siren. It is the battery within the unit which causes the problem
Key is to disassemble the unit before it fails to remove the...
This is the thread you want to read
That is exactly what I was getting at, Terry
Obvious the battery in the module has failed.
We mostly all know what that entails
to which "alarm light" are you referring?
the F1 system is not as mysterious as believed
Going through it patiently can yield great benefits
Here is the link to Ratarossa's F1 repair
Scott Chivers, Ratarossa, has done a great youtube video on this as well.
It goes hand-in-hand with this writeup
If the great lead that Brian gave does not work out, you can contact this person for specific ZF/Sachs needs
Eric Shelleman Sachs Racing...
great lead and local to Northern Calif
I cannot find the link for the US shock repair but I did find this for contact to Sachs