I do have an easy VSS source from the trans controller. I was thinking my buddy's 90 K5 had some sort of vacuum modulator cruise control setup.You need cruise. Larry and I are working on a way to adapt the GM cruise servo from the late gmt400 trucks and the early cable throttle gmt800 trucks. Needs a vss signal and the signal input from the cruise switch on the turn signal lever.
I'm over simplifying it but based on my quick review of the schematic I think it's possible.
You just need a stick between the seat and pedal. Don't over think it.
Interesting.Snap-on has one with a turn knob for easy adjustments .
They are PRP daily driver seats.What seats do you have?
Considered going to any physical therapy?I do have an easy VSS source from the trans controller. I was thinking my buddy's 90 K5 had some sort of vacuum modulator cruise control setup.
My other thought is my youngest always comes with me and he just got his learners permit.....
It is really kinda demoralizing. I've spent my whole life enjoying driving places and seeing new things. It's one of the biggest things I like about this hobby we foster on CK5. The thought of not enjoying it is not pleasant. Although it doesn't bother me while I'm driving, but after. Like I mentioned, I could hardly walk yesterday after Saturday's trail running. I even made a point to get out and walk around every chance I had. Today I'm better, but still limping. The hip will bother me at work if I sit for too long. I'm going to look into a standing desk and I probably need to start doing some sort targeted exercises. I was hoping losing weight would help, but it hasn't.
They are PRP daily driver seats.
I may have a 4 hour road trip coming up in a different vehicle with cruise control, and I'm curious to see if I have the same outcome.
I am worried about that adapting thing with the way it feels the last 2 days. It's definitely affecting my walk. I'm going to start out with some self-directed therapy type stuff plus get a standing desk setup and see where that gets me.Considered going to any physical therapy?
I was having issues with my right knee and my doc recommended some PT. I did it for about two months in late summer and now the pain in the knee is (mostly) gone. The problem is your body adapts to the "best way to operate" even if it's causing you pain. You have to sort of re-train it and yourself to operate correctly.
I does at least have the rubber isolator on the other end. We were re-using an old one that had already been cut down. Sounds like I may need to see if I can find a new rod.I'm not surprised the hanger tore off the piping. I usually bend them so they wrap under the pipe and use the rubber isolator on the frame side for some flex.
I was ready to accept the bad reading but then when I started losing fuel pump output 10 gallons short of when the tank should be empty I decided I needed to do something about it. I'm real curious to see if something has gone awry, like the pump fell off the sender or something odd like that.I'm pretty sure I got bunked on a sending unit from Rock Auto. It was the correct part # and everything, but I think it was for a 16 gallon saddle tank, not my 20 gallon. Gauge stays full for a long time then drops to half a tank quick, which I figured out is really about 1/4 tank. I never ohm tested it, I just got used to the quirky reading.
I got my Spectra from Advance Auto Parts earlier this spring. I double checked yesterday, and they aren't in stock anymore.Spectra has pulled out of the domestic market for fuel tanks, senders and radiators. If you find a new one it might be a knock off as they pulled out last year sometime.
The running out of fuel with 10 gallons left is odd. Almost like the sender isn't reaching the bottom of the tank. Is this a TBI tank with the baffle in it or non TBI with a TBI sender?