Good quality 100% FTTH optical distribution socket ODP-02 for Sacramento Manufacturer
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The optical fiber cables, patch cords or pigtails cables input in optical wall outlet from the bottom. Then, cable leads from the end user terminating box to the active equipment.
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The manual shift conversion on the 1973 Mustang takes a giant step forward with the installation of the Wilwood Brake and Clutch Pedal assembly! The trick part that helps make the install a little easier for the home builder is the new Firewall Mount Kit from Wilwood, part number 250-13167, that helps locate the pedals in just the right position around the steering column.
In this video, I’ll explain how to measure and mount the whole assembly in just about any car. All it takes is a little common sense, ingenuity and light fabrication skills.
The pedal assembly used in this application is the Forward Mount, 6.25:1 ratio, Adjustable Triple Master Cylinder. Part number 340-11295. http://www.wilwood.com/Pedals/PedalList.aspx?mc=Swing%20Mount%20Brake%20and%20Clutch%20Pedal
With this highly tune-able piece in the car, I can now dial in the driving controls to my personal taste. Plus, I wanted to not only convert the car from automatic transmission to a manual shift, but I wanted to make sure it was a hydraulic clutch mechanism as well. This unit solves both tasks…and looks amazing.
After a lot of shopping around, I found a Lokar throttle pedal that worked perfect for this application. The pedal is designed for the earlier Mustangs but fits this setup well.
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This is a very simple and easy way to make the harness. check out the result in my video “Buddy can eat by himself”
a. two types of tubing – one is soft and the other one is slightly harder (it will be a connector).
b. wire ties – this is not the professional wire/cable ties. its the one that you bought a new electronic goods ie keyboard, mouse etc. you get that wire ties on it.
c. ornaments – this is to balance the fish which is upside down (not to use too heavy ones; otherwise they cant swim)
2. cut the soft tubing to the length which suit your fish – remember to make it slightly bigger so easier to adjust later.
3. cut 1cm of the slightly harder tubing as a connection.
4 twist the wire tie together to the length to the length of the soft tubing.
5.Insert the wire inside the soft tubing and inset the connector to close up both end of the tubing.
6. tie the ornament on the connector.
7. adjust the size by pushing both end to expand it.
Note: remember not to make the harness too small as you need a little room to adjust it. When inset the harness to the fish, please be gentle, and slowly tighten the harness to suitable fit – (not too tight). To take the harness off simply push top and bottom of the harness.
After insert the harness, please keep an eye on them if its too tight or too loose. Ideally, take the harness off the fish once a day for a hour or so. Don’t just leave it there as they are growing and you need to constantly check it if the harness will be too small. Any questions please let me know.