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3 hours ago, ACman said:

@Vinylguy does such a good job on his graphics , like he reads your mind when you’re coming up with ideas.

YES. 

He did the same thing to me with the ones I'll be installing on the B80 this winter. 

 

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Well I starter to work more on her again. Added some instrumentation to it to keep track on the engine vitals. Stealth look. 

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4 minutes ago, 19richie66 said:

Looks great!

Thank you Richie. 

Still have to add one more gauge. Should I do vacuum or oil temp? 

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Looks great. Need to ad a decibel meter:-)

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1 hour ago, fast88pu said:

Thank you Richie. 

Still have to add one more gauge. Should I do vacuum or oil temp? 

Neither..... add a cup holder :laughing-rolling:   Honestly I don’t know which would be better for your application. With the cooler on it I doubt it will run hot. Vacuum guage would at least let you know how well it was doing. Your call really. Could just put a clock in it, lol.

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11 minutes ago, WVHillbilly520H said:

@fast88pu, cool gauges may I ask what brand? And is the tach pretty close on that Predator? Thanks Jeff.

They are not fully hooked up yet. RPC is the company

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I wired them in today. I still have to get some metric plumbing fittings to addapt the oil pressure sending unit to the block. 

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Make sure there is space for the parachute button.

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8 minutes ago, Aldon said:

Make sure there is space for the parachute button.

Dang I forgot. That's for the reminder. 

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Love the look.

 

Maybe you can start a new trend. Competition pulling at night:-)

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we pull at night about three times a year . those dash lights come in handy . looking great , you have some time invested there , 

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19 hours ago, Notfishin said:

we pull at night about three times a year . those dash lights come in handy . looking great , you have some time invested there , 

We have 3 county fair pulls at night

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WOW  !!   Awesome tractor. You should be very proud.    :thumbs2: 

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Hooked up the last gauge today. All work now

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Very professional looking addition!

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Kyle, @fast88pu, I take it the tachometer works with the Predator, is it fairly accurate? Maybe that one will work on the Onan Kohlers and Briggs twins? Looking good on there, Jeff.

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27 minutes ago, Aldon said:

Very professional looking addition!

Thank you

19 minutes ago, WVHillbilly520H said:

Kyle, @fast88pu, I take it the tachometer works with the Predator, is it fairly accurate? Maybe that one will work on the Onan Kohlers and Briggs twins? Looking good on there, Jeff.

It all depends on what type of ignition setup you have. It is fairly accurate when compared to the tiny tach I have. 

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