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Just got the machine, and besides a few rips in the seat the sled is in great shape.
Some questions i have:
1, this sled has low, revers, and high gears, on the chaincase there is 2 set of connection where wires attach. one set i knows is for the break switch light, but the other i have no idea. It is close to the shaft that the gear lever goes into the chain case. Anyone know what this is for?
2, Do anyone know the size and treads of the clutch bolt?


I'll see if i can get some pics latter.

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Hi/Low/Reverse indicator lights in one of the gauges maybe?
Could also have a back up beeper.
 

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cat-sass said:
Hi/Low/Reverse indicator lights in one of the gauges maybe?
Could also have a back up beeper.
after giving a hard thought abut it, i think you are right, but there is no light on the dash indicating reverse/high/low. so i dunno, and there is no backup beaper. Maybe i might rig something up though
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leo_kendall said:
cat-sass said:
Hi/Low/Reverse indicator lights in one of the gauges maybe?
Could also have a back up beeper.
and there is no backup beaper.
The beepers are actually small, and quiet. might not be able to hear it above
the sled running, lol. Follow the wires back, usually the beepers are mounted
between the plastic "dash" and the steering support "hoop" near where the recoil comes thru.
 

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This sled is all Ac power, no voltage regulator. But this sled also cam with an electric start as an option, so maybe that version had the gear for this little connection. Also i followed the wire and it lead up to the headlight, the wire lead t the plug and stopped there with a empty connection.
 
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