I wonder if that pump is compatabile with mine..... It's loud... I have a coozie wrapped around it too, trying to quiet it.This is the supposedly new updated quieter pump in this D2L kit.
I have nothing to reference it to as far as noise, but it was a noticable outside when i was checking it, not that loud, but definitely heard it.
Didnt notice it inside. But honestly, i was doing 10 things at once and not really paying attention to it. I will update more next time i run it. Waiting on a couple small bits to arrive to finalize install.
Yeah I saw that. Mine was more or less a big P clamp.Yes, the Heatso kit came with a quick fist looking thing (look close at my pic) that acts as a mount and an isolator. In theory anyway. Updates later when i put it to actual use.
I posted my most recent weight update above.Do you have a total weight update?
As for the pump suspending and insulating it made it as good as its going to get.
It would be super nice if you posted a build index in your 1st post and a link to it in your signature. It would eliminate a lot of questions/posts.I posted my most recent weight update above.
Im too lazy to scroll (like yourself, hahaha) but it was in the ballpark of 12,900ish +-/ with close to 50/50 weight distribution
Gary thanks you for these pictures and update!!Got some work done on the pig today, got the spare mount done.
But first, since this is the first time i had a front wheel off since mentioning the issue with the front Kelderman, i snapped some pics since so many people asked.
Long story short, the kelderman is not designed for an axle moved an inch forward, so the bags sit wonky.
Trusted sources i know at both Kelderman and EarthRoamer claim this is still within "spec" but there is not a chance in hell, my OCD could let this fly.
Brackets will be remade to straighten them out, get the bags centered, safely mounted, plumb up and down, and raised 3/4-1"
The yellow marks were how they orginally sat when first installed, and although its an optical illusion, it was way worse than it is in these pics.
I oblonged the hole a bit and was able to slide the bags about 3/4" closer to plumb, but obviously the brackets simply wont work. Although lining those yellow holes up looks like it would get everything lined up its not even close and the bags were bowed out like elbow macaroni
Stay tuned for more on this later....
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Yeah, straps are the way to go as long as you have some additional security.I like. Mine is held on with straps too. Hit them with some 303 every once in a while