FYI: My video is too large to import here, but the generator runs and produces 240volts. No load test yet as I will give it a full service before putting any stress on it.
Air filter was very black. Oil also black (diesel...).
Here's what I'm planning to do for a service so if any of you...
Sellers story was they bought it from family member on Lasquiti Island but never installed, then purchased a Costco propane unit instead. I'll have my mechanic go over it and see if there's any obvious deficiencies that need attention before firing it up. Fingers crossed.
I'm hoping to be there but I'll be late as I have a chiro appointment in Lake Cowichan at 6:15pm...I wont be ordering any food when I get there though so don't wait around for me regarding that.
Also, it looks like "Poker Night" begins at 7pm at the pub...you gotta know when to hold 'em, know...
Fenders done. Just need to weld them on. They're a couple inches less wide than the tires so I can install conveyor belt which will allow stumps and such to rub the tire instead of bending the fenders.
Gtss...I have lots of light for my immediate forward vision...I like to light up the higher areas as it gives the eyes more of an allusion of daytime and I find it relaxes my vision a bit while night driving.
Same idea when driving at night and an approaching vehicle requires me to put my low...
I figure because I'm close to the line with my headlights I don't want to draw attention and hope that if they're tinted they will seem less suspicious.
As well, I'm not a huge fan of super white light which many LED's put out so I'm hoping tinting them helps to relieve eye strain a bit too.
Happened upon a couple of these Grote 24v LED's that replaced my lame Hella's that were basically backup headlight brightness.
I've ordered amber tinted film same as my pods for these so until then they will remain unplugged.
ISO: 24v Right Front Side Window Regulator/system.
Mine is giving me issues and is now making funny screechy noises. Yes, I've taken it apart...It needs to be replaced...it's summer and my window is staying up until I get a replacement (sometimes when it's in the down position it doesn't...
Today’s progress...feeling half decent about it.
- Spare tire mounted
- Rear cargo wall installed.
- Fatman helper handle at door.
- Poly & Pine Interior.
Next will be flooring, bunkbed, fan/vent, fenders, rear door supports when lifted, and a fat ribeye steak to grill on the barby!