The Jalopy Journal
If I remember correctly, Dixco tachs had resisters on the back. You removed one or both to set the number of cylinders.
Hook up your indicator light to the "P" terminal of the 3 prong flasher.
X= power in, L= load to switch, P=pilot light
Pick your favorite product and look up the MSDS for it.
It will tell you what's in it but no formulas, or proprietary information. Now you get to...
@GMC BUBBA Hey, best wishes for a speedy recovery.
Went to a parade....
Here's one on Amazon...
@Bandit Billy here are a couple more for you.[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
It has been said above but check the socket carefully. I had the exact situation on an OT car. I found corrosion inside the socket. I unplugged...
Best wishes for a speedy recovery.
@town sedan Yes, a 6'1"/230 will fit but 2 look like conjoined twins :D
What a great story!
Looking good, here's mine.
As above, 3 prong flasher AND grounded. Terminal "P" goes to it.
Hey, HAPPY BIRTHDAY HRP, have a great day!
@milwscruffy Thanks for the info. There is only one size range offered however (22-16 AWG).
Okay, these are cool but where do you order them. I found them from an on-line Chinese website but unable to order there. Ideas?
Something like this maybe?...
^^^^^what he said....AMAZING!
Lucas hot rod and custom 10-30 in my 327.
Sad to hear. Bought plenty from them over the years...EXCELLENT quality.
^^^^^ had the same problem. It turned out to be a broken spring that tensions the dog/pall as mentioned above.
@Bandit Billy your roadster is outta sight!
I LIKE it!!!:cool:
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