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Cord routeing

September 6 2017 at 3:19 PM
Greg Dean  (Login AggressorMG)
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Response to connection routing ?

The battery box had a rubber gasket around the edge. The doors had a poor designed locking handle. Some times it took a hammer to move the handles. So usually you did not lock down the door because you would cut the cord. And in our case the cord was just an extension cord with the ends cut off. One end wired to the light and one end with alligator clips and then attached to the battery.
Wish I could find a picture but that was in the early 80's

 
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  1. Thanks Greg ! - Sean McAndrews on Sep 6, 2017, 4:24 PM
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