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 Post subject: Re: MAKING A TRIKE
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Same as V stated!

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Thought you might like to know I am still around, still working on the trike and still, since Christmas, doing the electrics. So you have missed very little from my last post, it still looks the almost the same. You can see the virtually finished tank in place, even, if you look closely, the LED numberplate lights.

All the electrics now work (the horn is playing up, must look at it) and I am now adding a mandatory hazard warning switch. This means using a double pole double throw switch to connect both sides of the indicators. I will see if it works soon. I assume hazards were not a requirement on bikes 40 years ago, but on all vehicles now they are.

So still the usual stuff, but it is nice to get posting again.
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Single pole single throw switch connecting both signal feeds will give you 4 way flashers. Just turn the signal on for either side and turn the switch on.

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I've wired it so I don't have to select an indicator first. I hope. Have to try it yet.
Takes me a while to get around to doing things especially right now. Wife has been taking me to Pilates and it leaves me broken

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Well nice to see the trike coming along :)

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