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Old 12-29-2008, 02:39 PM
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Yea - Paul suggested running the winch off the main battery if I stick with the parts in the kit, which is probably what I'll do.
Read page #10 --> Configuration #3 - Split change system with winch fitted (35mm² cable required) The cable included in the kit (page 2 is 16mm²).

I am going to pick up one of these for the job as soon as RavenTai confims this is the correct one...

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Old 12-29-2008, 02:41 PM
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Yea - Paul suggested running the winch off the main battery if I stick with the parts in the kit, which is probably what I'll do.
I ran my winch of the second batt and it works well but it can kick the solenoid off if the load is high enough. I think I'll rewire to main batt before the St. Fuaw.
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I just fill with solder, insert hose while solder is still liquid and, if i really feel the need, nail it with a dull punch and a sledgehammer.
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I just fill with solder, insert hose while solder is still liquid and, if i really feel the need, nail it with a dull punch and a sledgehammer.
Soldering a high amp cable isn't creating a lead wire it is creating a fusable link!
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