Originally Posted by Schultz!
If i was in your shoes I would pick up the Dremel 3000, I have 2 4000s that I have had both repaired twice for burning out the speed controls for a total of 4 failures
. The 3000 might get a bit hot running at low rpm or a large flap wheel but keeps asking me to punish it more with out a single issue.
Thanks! I'll have a look at the 3000. That was one of the reasons I didn't bite the bullet yet. I had read some not so good reviews on the 4000.
Originally Posted by Spud Rider
Thanks for the reply, Red.
If I may ask, how much did the heavy-duty, electronic flasher cost? I found one at AutoZone which costs $12.99.
I'm thinking of buying this DPDT Center Off (DPCO) switch from Radio Shack for $3.69.
I would replace the Tusk SPDT switch with the DPCO switch from Radio Shack, and wire it in the following manner, as shown in the following thread.
The grip heaters would be wired in series for the "low" setting, which would double the resistance. Since I = E/R, if the resistance doubles as the voltage remains at 12V, the current should be reduced to half. Have I made a mistake in my calculations? I realize the "high" circuit is wired in parallel.
Here is the one I got...
I also have one of those DPCO switches. Hmmm...
I'm in the middle of installing them and am having an issue with the way I ran the wiring. I have a PM to ThumpnRed. Ah! I've got mail!