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  1. RansRAM
    01-12-2012 12:14 AM
    Thanks for the friend request !
  2. col
    02-19-2011 07:25 PM
    As far as i know i'm using the low beam for the relay. Dont know about the voltage difference. Plus i have Led's for the high beam/Drl's. Dont know if that has anything to do with it.Everything i have is from Darren & all Oracle.
  3. CdnoilRAM
    02-19-2011 07:07 PM
    I know I had issues with my ballasts buzzing until they warmed up for a while, but I don't have the problem anymore. I have a similar buzzing issue with my interior light and behind the grille light relays; It's caused by a low or alternating voltage to the relay which causes the electomagnetic switch to move back and forth rapidly (the buzzing sound). I'm assuming you're using your stock lowbeam line as your activator for the relay, correct? What do you have on your stock line to draw power (resistor?) in order to generate the voltage difference?
  4. RedRam10
    01-29-2011 01:07 AM
    Doin well n you?
  5. CdnoilRAM
    08-12-2010 03:40 PM
    hey colin

    I was headed out on vacation the next day and didn't have a chance to get the pics up. Connection's slow at the campsite, so I'm hoping to get them up once I get down to Washington and am in a proper hotel.
  6. MightyBlueRam
    04-04-2010 12:42 PM
    Happy Birthday!
  7. Steab
    03-25-2010 09:37 PM
    sounds good to me Col. If you sort a time when your free (we're free anytime at the mo) email me at It'd be great to get together again
  8. col
    03-04-2010 05:36 AM
    Good news on the truck. I thought it was yours,it stood out from the rest some how.
    No,did'nt get in trouble,for a change. Karen's mum comes over in May so you will have to come over for a bbq. It would be nice if we could get out for a few beer's before then.
  9. Steab
    03-03-2010 10:20 PM
    Hi Col, yup, that was our truck It had a small knock on the steering column.
    Shelley looked after us and did an awesome job. they replaced the steering box and drive gear and adjusted all the steering linkages....No charge YAY
    No luck on the job fronts yet, but we'll keep looking.
    Friday was wicked, I hope you didn't get in trouble off your missus for being late. LOL
  10. col
    02-23-2010 03:32 PM
    Hi Steab,glad you got the truck,you will be well pleased with it. I had to take my class 1 again. I used CCA Driving School on Blackfoot Trail. I work for Allied Systems driving a car transporter in the city at night,hense it would be better for Saturday night for me.Im only round the corner from the Black Swan as well. look forward to meeting you though.

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    Moved from Manchester England 2003 to Calgary Alberta. Married,2 kid's ,1 Dog, jade
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