Recent content by Scott B.

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    Ford Bronco's return

    Built correctly, the TTB was a great front suspension. And, I had 325,000 miles on my 4.0L - including the A4LD automatic transmission!
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    The Grey Mouser: Reboot

    That is just the right amount of snow - enough to cover everything, not too deep to drive through. I miss snow wheeling - its been many years since we enough snow down here...
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    Let's smoke something!

    I'll be glad to help you with the taste testing. :D
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    The Random Thoughts Thread

    That, unfortunately, is what is lacking in people these days.............. :(
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    Adventures with an Arduino

    It was "bend to fit" - not sure if I still have it. Let me look for it. I can always get you the angle of the panel the old fashioned way...
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    Adventures with an Arduino

    Where is your panel going to be mounted? In the center console where I have my CB and ammeters? If so, how do you plan to accommodate the curve?
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    Adventures with an Arduino

    You know, when I read the start of your post - "Changed again" - the first thought that went through my mind was you replaced the Taco...
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    2019 Colorado ZR2

    Not knowing which water cans you have, Wavian makes plastic water cans that look to be the same size as the fuel cans. Something you might want to check into. Years ago, someone (Wavian?) made metal water cans - essentially fuel cans with a sprayed in liner. Heavy, but sized right. Of...
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    Adventures with an Arduino

    That's true about everything... ;) Are you adding a CB as well? I need to get my Tech license - I've had a book on my desk for a year now...
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    Adventures with an Arduino

    Is that a removable faceplate radio?
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    2018 Taco TRD Offroad

    Got it. I wasn't thinking about the going up into the cab part.
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    2018 Taco TRD Offroad

    You can probably run the wire inside the "C" of the frame, right along the gas tank. Run a fish tape or rigid rod along the frame, past the end of the tank, tape the wires to it, and pull it back. IIRC, you should have a relatively unobstructed path.
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    2018 Lexus GX build

    I think @Dave is to blame for a lot of us having expensive addictions! :p
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    Adventures with an Arduino

    If you have so much time on your hands, I have some dirt that needs to be moved.........
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    Ford Bronco's return

    If you keep looking, you are going to end up with one.... ;)
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