Now, you know me well enough now to know that I don't spend a lot of time
trying to annoy people. You really do know that don't you, and any others
who may read this. I really am not out to annoy any body or to be vulgar
for the sake of it. That being said I have questions which at first
glance may annoy etc. Please, don't allow this to happen.
I quote "............a big fan of silicon DOT 5 brake fluid........." Two
1. Isn't silicon what's used in "you know what" augmentations, and,
assuming I'm right, does that mean such augmentations also includes brake
fluid, and how many people are needed when it becomes necessary to bleed the
system? (Sounds really quite unpleasant, don't you think? My word, the
things a lady will do for whatever reason!)
2. Isn't silicon a thing that ladies suffer from in the upper leg, and, if
so, the questions raised in the paragraph numbered 1 also apply?
I look forward to your gracious (not to mention helpful) reply in due
----- Original Message -----
From: "Frank Clarici" <email@example.com>
To: "Spridgets" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2007 9:39 PM
Subject: [Spridgets] More tech
> Since I am a big fan of silicon DOT 5 brake fluid, and since silicon
> coats the surfaces of the brake light pressure switch, I have come up
> with a mechanical brake light switch for the 58-66 Spridgets.
> And this will fit the "We Tight" budgets.
> For about $4 Radio shack sells a pack of 3 momentary contact switches,
> yeah, made in a country that recalls dog food so keep the spare 2 handy
> so you can replace them.
> The switches have about a 5/16 stem.
> I removed the original pedal stop bolt, reamed out the hole just a tad
> from 1/4 to 5/16, inserted the switch with a washer on the back side to
> act as my adjustment, your washer may be none, or 3 or 1 thick one,
> depends on your pedal. To hold the switch into the pedal box, I used one
> of those snap on washers with the teeth. 5/16" hole. It works.
> I made a small harness (2 wires) with spade connectors to the switch and
> male connectors on the other end to plug into the original brake light
> switch wires. Run the harness where the high beam harness runs under the
> heater tray and nobody will notice.
> The whole thing was about $5 and that includes a couple spare switches.
> My son and I took the 58 and 59 Sprites to our local Cruise Night last
> night. I love it when all the cars run fine :)
> Frank Clarici
> Toms River, NJ
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