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Anybody Have This Article From "Fourwheeler"? RE: Warning Lights

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by BrianDamage, May 7, 2003.

  1. BrianDamage

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    Anybody Have This Article From \"Fourwheeler\"? RE: Warning Lights

    I was at the tire place last Saturday getting the wife's tires R&B's and they had a couple of issues of "Fourwheeler" in there.
    One had a real short article on how to hook up warning lights for your oil, water temp and alternator. Anybody have a copy they can scan and send me? Tried to find it on thier website with no luck.

    I know that it was the issue that you vote for the trucks in the top truck challenge.

    It seems like a good idea...I know he said to use a "go to ground" type switch or somehting like that....like you can use one that switches at 205 degrees and then triggers a warning light you install on your dash. I know when my belts came off of my truck earlyier this year, it took me a few minutes to notice (I try to look at the gauges more often now), but I am thinking about installing some of these lights where they are easy to see in periphial vision. Anybody else done this>?
     
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    Re: Anybody Have This Article From \"Fourwheeler\"? RE: Warning Lights

    cool those quickcar ones look like the ticket.

    thinking about getting that headliner that jc whitney and others sell that has the 4 speakers in it and allows mounting of radio overhead...it also has a place right above the drivers head for mounting a couple of gauges..I think that would be a good place for those lights
     
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    Re: Anybody Have This Article From \"Fourwheeler\"? RE: Warning Lights

    I'd actually still be interested in that article if anybody has a copy....or at least tell me what issue it was in.
     
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    Re: Anybody Have This Article From \"Fourwheeler\"? RE: Warning Lights

    I just happened to have that issue next to the computer so I scanned in the article. It is from the April 2003 issue on pages 110 & 111 it is the willies workbench. Here is a link to the article. You have to click on normal size to read it.

    willies workbench article
     

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