RD Durham
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Senior Editor/Manager for LexisNexis (legal publis

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RD Durham

High Wheeler, Male, 66, from Colorado Springs, CO

RD Durham was last seen:
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Jan 25, 1953 (Age: 66)
    Location:
    Colorado Springs, CO
    Occupation:
    Senior Editor/Manager for LexisNexis (legal publis
    City (for Classified search):
    Colorado Springs
    State/Province (for Classified search):
    CO
    Country (for Classified search):
    USA
    Owner of a 1980 Traveler turned Terra. Previously owned a 1967 Scout 800 and a 1976 Scout II.

    Hunting, fishing & off road

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    R. Dale Durham
    Colorado Springs, CO

    1980 Terra
    392IC V8
    T19 Wide Ratio
    Dana 300 T-Case
    Four wheel disc brakes
    Eaton E-Locker in rear
    SOA w/2" body lift
    Warn 8274 winch
    On board air and welder
    Optional rust, custom dents & multi-color body parts
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      Remote Solenoid (labeled)
      Your set up appears to be for the type of solenoid used in RVs to isolate multiple batteries. The solenoid itself is much stouter and can carry a higher, continuous amperage load than a Ford starter solenoid, which looks similar. The RV style solenoid comes in two types, one using two smaller posts, one of which is a ground, and the other which only has one small post and is self grounding. The two post style is normally used in fiberglass body installations, where a ground is not normally available through the body of the switch. Using your set up would make for a better long term set up, but if someone confused the Ford style starter solenoid for your RV style solenoid they could end up shorting out their system. The wires on a Ford starter solenoid hook up a little differently. The large side posts would be wired the same. However, on a Ford the small posts would be labeled "S" and "I". These would correspond to the S and I terminals on the Scout starter solenoid. Any wires on the starter solenoid that are mounted to the S and/or I terminals would be relocated to the S and/or I terminals on the Ford style starter solenoid. On the Ford style solenoid there is no grounding wire from either of the small posts on the front of the solenoid. A post was made by Tom Walker on May 20, 2002 for the wiring for a Ford style solenoid. (http://atlas.binderbulletin.org/photopost/index.php?photo=816).
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