|03-13-2011 11:26 PM|
|crawled||yea I W-D40 it todaygoing to primer it soon|
|03-13-2011 08:05 PM|
|Wilson||better get some primer, oil..... or something on that bish|
|03-13-2011 07:54 PM|
Shes here! I wont get much done until the weather clears up but heres some pics
Came with 5'' TG springs front and rear
and a prp seat now i need three more
|03-12-2011 08:46 PM|
|crawled||picking it up tomarrow fuckin exited!!!|
|03-09-2011 04:34 PM|
|03-09-2011 01:25 PM|
One more piece of protection to keep your wiring from going up in smoke...
...but also a few more wires to come loose and to have to figure out when you're wiring it!!
Use a 10A switch and don't worry about it.
Maybe carry a spare switch. Fuse appropriately--5-10A, but no more.
Factory has longer runs of wire and lighter gauge, so the relays let you run very light gauge wiring to the switches in the dash. I ran the 7-conductor rubber-sheathed trailer cable back to my rear e-locker.
|03-09-2011 12:06 PM|
Thanks. Im going to try the one with out relays also. Is there any advantage to runnig relays? I mean why do it if theres a simpler way?
|03-09-2011 11:40 AM|
|03-08-2011 03:02 PM|
with relays--see bottom of pic to explain your plugs.
:edit: Sorry, they weren't 12VoltGuy drawings. The first two were from 'foxfab' circa 2004, and the other is by a Mike Carter. 12VoltGuy (seabass44) does have a diagram that he prints and sends with his panels. I don't know if it is public use, so I won't scan it and make it public without his permission. FWIW, I used the first diagram (no relays) I linked for my elockers.
|03-08-2011 02:56 PM|
|03-07-2011 09:21 PM|
|crawled||Is the E-locker thirds the same as v6 thirds, as far as what gear sets will work?|
|03-07-2011 09:20 PM|
I skimmed through all his threads and didnt see what you were talking about. help! please
Oh and does anybody know about the gears?
|03-07-2011 08:17 AM|
You're right, one is the motor, the other is the locked indicator.
IIRC, use the locked indicator to stop your relay.
SeaBass has two different schematics out there for rewiring the e-locker. One uses relays, the other doesn't.
I didn't use the relay one; just used a fuse and a 10A DPDT switch.
|03-06-2011 09:33 PM|
|crawled||Oh yea im also going to try putting my 5.29s in these. They are out of 4cyl thirds. Is the E-locker thirds the sme as v6 thirds? If so who has put the 4cyl r&p in a v6 third? do you really only need extra shims on the pinion to install said r&p? thanks|
|03-06-2011 09:26 PM|
One has the motor the other doesnt so I think im going to convert it to a cable. Should I convert both or run the motor? Also if i run the the motor what do I need for it? just switched power and a ground? the reason I ask is there is two plugs coming out of it. One has two wires I think thats just a sensor for the dummy light, but the other plug has five wires.
|02-28-2011 11:08 AM|
It's my old chassis Brett, Had to sell it to pay for parts to modify the duramax for project baja dirtmax. It's set up right now to be 2" above the frame.
So long F-Toy. You will be missed but hello new project after dirtymax. I'm think I am going to build a Tacoma doublecab so I don't have to trailer anythin around.
Brett, you going to go to baja in April?
|02-28-2011 08:41 AM|
|ToolBox Guy||When you can, post a pic of the rear chassis supports and I'll tell you if they are the tall versions for the guys that want the chassis 2" off the frame.|
|02-28-2011 07:26 AM|
|02-28-2011 04:20 AM|
[QUOTE=crawled;12584766]Im 5'8". Should I go lower than flush with the top of frame?[/
I wouldn't mostly for resale reasons. Plus what if some 6' smokin hot chick needs a ride you wouldn't want her to bump her head.
|02-27-2011 09:39 PM|
|crawled||Im 5'8". Should I go lower than flush with the top of frame?|
|02-27-2011 08:06 PM|
I had to notch my framerail to set my seat lower. I just have 3" of clearance with a helmet on--and when I took a medium-speed roll I didn't hit.
|02-27-2011 07:08 PM|
|crawled||10-4 I guess I will be lowering it then.|
|02-27-2011 06:13 PM|
|Spacecwboy||im 6'2" but kinda skinny. when i mounted mine i put a 2x4 on the frame (laying on its side) and got the spacing that way. it is perfect, I have plenty of headroom. you will want to keep it as low as possible as you go.|
|02-27-2011 06:07 PM|
|minam44||I am 6'2", the bottom of the Hendrix chassis is even with the top of the frame rail. I have plenty of head room. The best part of building it yourself is that you can build it to fit yourself. Put the seat in where it feels comfortable, then build everything around it.|
|02-27-2011 05:25 PM|
Its an F-TOY made by Hendrix motorsports.
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