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Old 12-02-2019, 09:00 PM   #20551
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84vyMh_LPvU

here is a 3 hr ASMR style video of me working on my truck from my point of view.

no music, minimal talking... just me working on my mini truck
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Old 12-02-2019, 09:31 PM   #20552
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today i replaced my starter with a new one, and the battery with a 1000 CA 800 CCA battery lol

my truck can jumpstart a tug boat now lol
You sure ur not gonna fry your starter?
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Old 12-02-2019, 09:36 PM   #20553
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Electric motors only pull the current they need. Can't force more into it with a bigger power supply.
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Good to know. I hate not knowing too much about electrical shit, although it's actually a plus in my job. Funny as it sounds, I get paid well to shut up and let the electricians do the job.

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Old 12-02-2019, 10:24 PM   #20555
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Cap, rotor, air filter, boy did plugs and wires a couple months ago so they're good. Runs smoother, haven't really gone anywhere yet but it's idling nicely.

Tail lights are en route, mirrors haven't shipped yet it would seem. At least one of those is next weekends project, hopefully both. Still on the hunt for seats and carpet but the rains have come to SoCal and the Pick-A-Part's are wet and, well, ewww...
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Old 12-02-2019, 11:53 PM   #20556
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Finished install of Moon Visor wiring through the roof and along the ceiling, along with wire from back-up camera. I then sound-proofed ceiling and replaced headliner. Also installed after market dome light, I had affixed it to the base of the original so it covered the same space on headliner.
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What did u use to stick on your insulation?
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Old 12-03-2019, 12:17 AM   #20558
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The sound insulation has a peal and stick backing to it. U use a hard roller (like wood roller) to press the peal and stick to the metal.

Easy to use. EAsier to install on a warm day.
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Good to know. I hate not knowing too much about electrical shit, although it's actually a plus in my job. Funny as it sounds, I get paid well to shut up and let the electricians do the job.
Haha! I work in the professional electronics field. We only call electricians if the law says we have to.
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The sound insulation has a peal and stick backing to it. U use a hard roller (like wood roller) to press the peal and stick to the metal.

Easy to use. EAsier to install on a warm day.
Yes like Jimmy the cow said, peel and stick. I used some rubbing alcohol to clean ceiling first. Had the soundproofing left over after doing doors after converting to power windows. Doors no longer "CLANG" when I shut them. Now they "THUMP". And yes, it is a warm day in Florida , at least for December. What is your weather down under Stickeye?
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