My point is that it's poor practice to draw from one battery alone, when both are charged together as a unit in series. As they are...
I was thinking more outside the box than specific vehicle winches. All kinds if equipment had them... bomb winches for aircraft, as an example....
Not healthy for dual batteries that share a single (series) charging circuit.
Wrecker-truck equipment suppliers?
Military surplus - where 24V was standard across the board?
Me myself, I'd always prefer a PTO unit. GI type...
But our jeeps are not products of the digital age with nano-particle binary yes/no answers.
Close is Good Enough, IMHO. Better,...
I believe this is correct.
"Speed costs money. How fast do you want to go?"
If it has been outdoors without a roof this will happen.
Around here, that color is known as Puppy:poo:.
That's like thinking more potato chips will ease your thirst.
I hate to be the one to tell you but Winton hasn't made a car since before WWII.
Wilton is a wicked-excellent brand, if you can find an affordable used one. I have a small one on a ball-and-socket base, which is handy.
Are these things actual batteries, or capacitors?
Honestly, I'd have a hard time paying 10% of the asking price. There is very little OEM jeep left in that body.
And that's not a gas can. It's a water can.
I'm telling ya, the OD paint gets 'em every time. Fish in a barrel...
Yes. The guvmint jerry can design will empty in about 30 seconds. They even published data on how long it took to refill each type of combat...
I'd "get out and get under." Give the linkages and shifter a good eyeballing, and maybe a shot of oil. Sometime it will be an obvious problem.
Reasonably straight, solid, and complete. Thus making it a good candidate for a daily user, or a glamorous show truck.
AND four-wheel drive.
If you had one, you'd find the uses!
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