Hi Kurtis, question for you. To install the trinary switch in the dryer did you purchase the male trinary switch from vintage air and it threads right into the supplied drier? Or is there an adapter to enable you to use the supplied female trinary switch?Installed the condenser with a ¾” gap in front of the radiator. At the top, I machined spacers and installed #10-24 rivnuts in the radiator cover. For the bottom, I copied others and made brackets.
At the drier I used the Vintage Air billet mount and installed the trinary switch to reduce the number of fittings. I installed a #8 hard line from the condenser down the right side through the wheel well to the rocker panel area.
Thanks Kurtiss, my kit came with a female trinary switch so guess if I wanted to go in this direction I’d need the male switch. But to your point, until I figure out how I control the fans weather I need a trinary or binary switch.Hi Joel,
The male trinary or binary switch will thread directly into the supplied drier. Note: after that post I changed the trinary switch to a binary switch (P/N Vintage Air 11079-VUS). My FAST ECU's will turn on the fans when the AC is turned on therefore I only need the binary function.
Hope this helps!
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My kinda guy.3. I live on a dirt road full of pot holes and washouts. I purchased a trailer (a Jimglo) that is ready for pickup in Kingman, AZ... I plan to trailer the car to an open parking lot and test it in the coming weeks.