powderpig said:Keep the jumper handy at all time so if the truck dies and will not run, you can make it go home. . later robbie
tarbe said:I am missing something...I thought the jumper that was talked about on the Slee site was to bypass the Tru-Speed in case it died - you could go directly to the speedo and still get a reading.
Are you saying that if the Tru-Speed dies, the truck won't even run?
landtank said:That's a nice writeup on a variation of my install.
Darwood said:Am I the only one here that doesn't see a difference between Jim and Slees instructions?
Rick are Slees instructions yours?
Cool, thanks, let me know what you find.landtank said:Nate the speedo gear would accomplish the same but just not as noticeable as the tire size from stock is smaller.
I think I have a brand new speedo gear as I bought it before the truespeed was available and before I got it installed the truespeed was introduced.
I'll look around for it later Nate.
That goes back along way. I met John Clelland/Acme through the 80s list and helped him get his deal with Al at Man A Fre. As a matter of fact, I drafted the original correspondence John sent to Al to get him to make Acme a reseller. And I remember Christo's involvement on the list when he was just starting out. John did it all wrong, but Christo did it all right. I am glad to see him succeeding with Slee Offroad.landtank said:Yes they are. It was close to 6 years ago now I think. There was an old Acme site out there that both me and Christo as well as others where a part of.I occationally give him a hard time about it as he's riding my coat tails on this one and getting all the glory