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Thread: Police Radio "Kit"

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    Sidecar on it??
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    Chris, the wire suppressors are sleeves, a normal wire fits inside them. This is how they fit together and how they attach to the plugs.



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    The internals are in the boxes, no idea if any of it would work!



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    Sidecar on it??

    Yes an LE, in the full photo there's a fair amount of snow on the ground surrounding the shoveled drive.

    Thanks for the pics inside the boxes, interesting to see the internals.

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    [QUOTE=Rubone;178852]Chris, the wire suppressors are sleeves, a normal wire fits inside them. This is how they fit together and how they attach to the plugs.

    I understand that. The picture shows plug wires without the shielded sleeves.
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    Wrong year picture Chris, the shielded cable covers are a late '39 and up update in the parts book.
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    Here is a good view of a 1940 for you Robbie. For some reason i thought you were building a 1938.
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    Thanks Chris but nope, it goes on my 44UL police bike. I haven't decided if I'll leave the sidecar on it. It has been there for 40+ years now, but it is a 42LE and I have a 42FL I could bolt it to...
    Last edited by Rubone; 03-11-2019 at 11:39 PM.
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