Do you have a KX3 too? :sombrero:
Type: Posts; User: teotwaki
Do you have a KX3 too? :sombrero:
I also got to be a Beta tester for these brand new accessories from GEMS products!
New endplates with pseudo "rack ears"
I am not so familiar with Bearcats anymore. I generally buy Radio Shack scanners that are made for them by a company called GRE. Note that not all of what they sell are made by GRE.
IIRC, I just ran some of the square AO nuts in the slot of the rack's structure and bolted the arms of the fairing into those. I may have already posted pictures but will check.
When I retire I plan to take a lot of the old electronic parts out in my garage and put them on eBay, LOL
I measured a new tire at 0.540" and my used tires at 0.40" at 22,000 miles. I rotate every 5,000 miles and watch the air pressure closely; set at 35 pounds unloaded and 40 when heavily loaded.
My Duratracs have been great. I'll try to look up the total mileage on them as well as measure tread depth and report back to this thread.
Adventure Trailers used to sell their swingout mount that was compatible with tailgates. I imagaine that they still do.
It is an amazing radio. The learning curve is not too bad either!
The 70 was amazing for 40 year-old technology. Not having any microprocessors was sort of an advantage but a lot of the other...
I finally sold off my PRC-70 HF manpack!
It served me well as a highly portable radio for disaster comms and other HF applications. I replaced it with a brand new Elecraft KX-3.
Someone on a scanner list/group just took a trip out to the China Lake area and posted up his list of active and interesting frequencies. Useful when you see things zooming through the sky above...
bushings on A-arms shot?
do you have rack & pinion (check bushings) or a gearbox (check pitman arm)?
Check the steering column and linkage to whatever steering mecanism you have.
It sounds as if a simple combination of the suggestionss might be a good way to go. The panel has decent output so use a inexpensive charge controller and apply that output to the car battery. Then...
the charge controller with MPPT evaluation board can be purchased already built from Digi Key
Typical fridges pull 2.5 Amps. If I can recall some of the threads I'll list them
A short video from my recent trip into the Maze District, Canyonlands, Utah
I now have a Max Coupler thanks to the efforts of Bob Brown of Aspen Trails Trailers.
Wow! 28 pounds! You could tow the Space Shuttle with that mad puppy. Very cool.
After Jeep trotted out their "unique" design...
They were disappointed to find that the name Vehicross was...
Dave, I think it was during the run to the Doll House, going in and out. Possibly the Z-turn. We mainly watched to be sure that I did not back into the trailer itself and did not think that we hit...
I just finished a trip out through the Maze District in Canyonlands. Despite my best efforts and also the watchful eyes of my spotters, the LNR hitch was damaged. Time to switch to something better.
Nice find on the mounting source!
That (EO)2 site has got to be the world's slowest to load. I thought I was on a dial-up modem for a while. :Wow1:
http://www.kenwood.com/i/products/info/amateur/ts570dg570sg.html for those of us who know little about this rig :elkgrin:
I would think that his advice also applies to lockers in solid axles too.