Ronald A.Gooden
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My name is Ron and I hope you will read the letter of what we are doing...Hope you are willing to help.,Here is our letter of what and who we are.
 


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Posted on January 14, 2011 at 10:19am — 1 Comment

WHAT'S WRONG WITH ADDING PIC'S?

HELLO ALL,,,,WHY ARE WE HAVING PROBLEMS UPLOADING OUR PICTURES? IF YOU WANT US TO ENTER,,,,PLEASE TELL US HOW WE GET OUR PIC'S ON THE ENTRY FORM???? RON, FOUNDER OF Racers Against Multiple Sclerosis,And builder/driver.

Posted on October 11, 2010 at 8:26am

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At 10:45am on February 27, 2011, Bruce T. Lytle said…

Hey Ron, How ya doing on the wiring? I'd like to give ya a hand at it, but not much I can do out here on the left coast! I could draw up a wiring diagram for you, but I'm not familiar with the harnesses you're using. Could you scan/send me the instructions (or give me a website I could check out) so I can see just what it is you're dealing with. I could try explaining to you HOW to go about it. I've got "abit" of experience it wiring, wiring that is reliable that is. A drag truck shouldn't require a lot. One wire for the ignition, one for the starter, and one for the brake lights (are they required?)( I guess so you could let the guy behind you he could give it up, cause you're ALREADY across the finish line!).A toggle switch will work for the ignition, a pushbutton for the starter, and the brake light switch down on the brake pedal is all you need for control. Each one of the switches should be fed from a fuse box that attaches to the positive battery terminal. All the circuits are completed through the ground (any metal).

That'll get er goin!

Depending on your instrumentation, you'd need one each, for the tach, oil pressure, and water temp, that is, if you have electric gauges.

Let me know if there is more I could do.

Regards,

Bruce

 
 
 

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