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Old 08-08-2017, 11:40 PM
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Got caught out in the rain Sunday coming home from the Street Rod Nationals. So I called Newport Engineering Monday and ordered their windshield wiper kit. With delay/washer switch and shaft extension. They were going to build the kit this morning and mail it this afternoon. Should be here in a couple of days they said. Very good people to work with. And they were in Louisville to, but I missed seeing their booth. I'll catch them next year.
So, any tips on what I'm facing on installing it. I'll read over the section here, again, and I saw it said to put duct tape around the cable drum. Any more surprises I'm in store for. I'm sure I need to wire in a relay, correct? Where, location, do you usually put that? And where are you picking up the power to the relay? Any tips appreciated.
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