JACKHAMMER wrote:WERE DO YOU GET THIS TWO WIRE FUEL TANK SENDER THAT YOU SHOW IN YOUR PHOTOS, THANK YOU , JIMMY
gidad wrote:That picture is of the SCR284A. I picked one up recently for my CC. The interesting thing about that mount is that the frame FM41A does not have any brackets with which to bolt it in, but is instead mounted with canvas straps. If you look closely, it is actually showing how to install this radio in any Command Car, not just a Radio Truck. The Power Unit has a 6-12 volt switch and the cables run to the starter.
zepher11 wrote:Also, this evening I picked up some 3/4" angle iron. Yeah, I knew it was coming. I'm going to hack up the CH-60 box and remove the tubular uprights and replace with the angle iron. Almost had myself talked into just letting it be, but for some odd reason I feel compelled to rectify the issue:
Tapper02 wrote:Ha! Good for you Zeph...you'll sleep better at night!
Contact "Old Dude" motorcycle parts.(1-877-653-3833). He sells Harley hardware.The rivets for a generator tag might work,maybe to big? Talk to Clete or Bart and tell them what your trying to do.
brian in denver wrote:drill it quick. stress from something ?
In my experience that crack was caused because the glass cutting person did not do a proper job of cutting. Safety glass is not like single pane cutting, by a long distance. Any little chip is enough to start a crack like you have, often by no more than a change in temperature. And those little chips are real easy to get if you do not know your stuff when you are cutting. Or, for that matter, sanding, if that was done.
Good luck with the cutter.
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