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Old 04-05-2019, 01:21 AM
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A clicky clack. Just the thing if you want lights to flash in a pattern instead of random
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I have one of these, but mine is missing the instructions. Yours has to be very early '60s or older, as it has a pre-zip code label.
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I had one,but sent it to some old grumpy guy.
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Does he live in CT??
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It is on its way back home, as a 6 volt unit.
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now to figure out the pattern I have 6 lights to flash. thinking hi low will be best with the number of contacts we have.
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It is now more than a year later, and you have yet to acknowledge if the flasher works for your 6 lights. I have a lot of patience, but at my age, I am running out of years to wait for the results...

I hooked mine up yesterday, and the flash pattern was quite fast for my 6 bulbs, and that is why I asked about yours. I have gone down a different road, using a Dietz headlamp flasher with a slower flash pattern. I am in the final stretch of getting all the electrical work done, and all that is left it to install the Federal Model Y siren. Off with the WLR, and on with the Y or would it be a YR, since it has a rear flashing light. Have no idea where my old Federal catalog is located, so hopefully someone on these forums will have the information.
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Yes it is a little faster then i wanted . Might try to spread the points out more. I have posted a video but bet it was only on the former drop.shots site.
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