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Thanks Ross for the pictures. I have been assembling with the spring under the metal tab because that is the way it came apart. Just sitting the spring on top of tab, under the button allows it to go together. Thanks for everyone's replies. You guys are the best. Joe
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Hey Ross, thanks for the pics... I've been wondering where the isolator goes and looks like. Do you have the dimensions of the one you made?
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Anyone have a picture of how the wire is routed after the bottom of the steering box? The wire I removed had been shortened and the wire from the relay lengthened. While I have it I might as well make it nicer.
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Hey Ross, thanks for the pics... I've been wondering where the isolator goes and looks like. Do you have the dimensions of the one you made?
Sorry, no access to it. The stock one is a fiber washer with ID to clear the crimp on the wire and OD to match the depression in the upper cup. I used a "christmas tree" push-in fastener that the tree broke off, drilled it.

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Anyone have a picture of how the wire is routed after the bottom of the steering box? The wire I removed had been shortened and the wire from the relay lengthened. While I have it I might as well make it nicer.
From the steering box over to the frame then up in the bundle that goes to the hi/lo beam switch. Can't swear it's 100% correct but that's how mine was.
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Finding something to repurpose is a great thing in my book... Thanks for the reply... I was going to try and go use a 3D printer to make one if I could find blueprints for it... I don't currently have the horn button or the spring so I need to find them before I can design it from scratch.
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Moe I have a spring and button [useable for design only] I can send you if you like.
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