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Old 04-04-2013, 05:53 PM
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Ok I could have sworn that I read somewhere that you could not run your battery cable along your fuel line. I thought it was NSRA but I canít find it. I donít intend to wire tie them together, I just want to run down the same frame channel. I plan to clamp them to the frame channel one at the top the other at the bottom.
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Ok I could have sworn that I read somewhere that you could not run your battery cable along your fuel line. I thought it was NSRA but I canít find it. I donít intend to wire tie them together, I just want to run down the same frame channel. I plan to clamp them to the frame channel one at the top the other at the bottom.
Any thoughts?
Yeah, you can run 'em together, you just can't run 'em in the driveshaft tunnel.
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I don't know why I thought that.
No problem the drive shaft is nowhere near the frame rail.
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No problem the drive shaft is nowhere near the frame rail.
Really?......
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legal or not why would you want to

If you put the battery in the trunk you do yourself a favor and run a ford type solinoid near the batt so that cable is NOT hot all the time,by running a solinoid it'll only be hot when you start it But even with a solinoid why take a chance ? just run the cable or the fuel line somewhere else ...what I did was run my cable inside the frame rail...A hot cable can burn through a fuel line in seconds.
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