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    Oil Gauge Line

    At 45 PSI max I wouldn't consider that a high pressure hose by any means.

    If you want to convert the metal line from the fire wall to the gauge to something else, look at KW P/N B0631 on page 209...
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    One Piece at a Time

    That's a wise move. We get to the Dirty Harry stage; "It's a wise man who knows his limitations".

    Try as we do, we can only guess so much without getting greasy or skinning our knuckles along...
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    I think, at least, you have a case to get your...

    I think, at least, you have a case to get your money back on the voltage regulator.
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    Aches and Pains

    You old guys are too frail to have fun.

    Merry Christmas - Ho, Ho , HO!

    (Real Christmas Trucks don't have little chubby cartoon fenders and beady plastic eye headlights ... )
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    Magic Smoke

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    Ahhh man. This is a tough house.
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    Smoking Voltage Regulator

    I suspect that a 6-volt regulator on a 12-volt generator is going to be fried, especially if it has actually smoked. My suspicion is that the coil on the voltage regulator relay drew way too much...
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    12-Volt M38A1

    I think we're starting to see what's been done to the vehicle, a major 12-volt conversion that may or may not have been done well.

    The voltage regulator is a commercial (vs. MIL-SPEC) regulator. ...
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    One thing we've learned is to never say "Never". ...

    One thing we've learned is to never say "Never".

    But, the M38A1 was a 24-volt vehicle. It used two 12-volt batteries in series to get the 24-volts. The creature we are getting a description of...
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    M38A1 Wiring Harness

    The M38A1 had the 24-volt system to allow it to be set up quickly as a communications Jeep. In addition to just 24-volt power, the electrical system had a lot of shielding and filtering to keep...
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