Gotta Love Your Barn Doors!

Triton14

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#41
Cant fault your dedication, looks great.

Im actually thinking of changing my exhaust to 3', that ne flange looks way better & can see why there would be better flow.

Nice job :D
 

Tink

Well-Known Member
#43
Basically to put the 16mm lug on a 25mm cable strands had to be cut off. This essentially reduces the current carrying capacity of the cable to be a 16mm or less depending on how many strands are cut away.
The current carrying capacity of a circuit is only as good as it's weakest point.
It will work until you hit that limit. If your circuit protection is for a 25mm cable then the crappy joint has the potential to get hot and get messy or burny.
No correct but I will leave it there.
Great build BTW.
Tink
 

Rhett HS

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#44
I've bought a spare wheel carrier. I think I'll mount one on there.
I'll have a look at regs for brightness. NSW you can have 2 aux reversing lights from memory
Federal ADR 1/00 - Reversing Lamps
At least 80 candelas towards the rear from behind the light itself.
No more than 300 candelas in directions in or above the horizontal plane.
No more than 600 candelas in directions below the horizontal plane.
 
#45
Federal ADR 1/00 - Reversing Lamps
At least 80 candelas towards the rear from behind the light itself.
No more than 300 candelas in directions in or above the horizontal plane.
No more than 600 candelas in directions below the horizontal plane.
Thank you.
I'll check the light I end up buying.
 

Rhett HS

Well-Known Member
#46
Thank you.
I'll check the light I end up buying.
There are also state regulations, with differences of course. NSW seems pretty strict, no surprise. So if you cared about these things you could either just make it legal in your state, or in all states. There seems to be uncertainty about the whole 'if its legal in the state its registered in its legal in other states'.
 
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