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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-22-2019, 12:45 PM Thread Starter
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ADDED: ROOF PUMP RESERVOIR How to Library

After an extensive amount of time, and $, have succeeded in reproducing our SSR Reservoir.

Made by using Cad 3D Software to duplicate OEM specifications.

Have one on my SSR, fits great, NO leaks, slightly longer to easy adding oil and should run cooler.

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My SSR HOW TO LIBRARY now has 90, yes 90 How to, FREE!

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New Reservoir comes with proper size OEM "O" Ring
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Great! Hey, you should change warp to wrap on that first photo.


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THANK YOU for another awesome "how to" guide! Very easy to understand and follow.
How much are the new reservoirs?

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Dick, do you recommend we remove our pump covers because of the heat buildup as you mentioned in your how to instructions?

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What is the capacity of the reservoir?

Is this the same one you have been selling?

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Dick, do you recommend we remove our pump covers because of the heat buildup as you mentioned in your how to instructions?

It wouldn't be a bad idea, that said, how often do you run your roof? How long or how many times do you put it up/down? Like at a show.

Remember it takes 13amps to run roof, strongly suggest run SSR engine while operating roof.

Takes 9 volts at ignition switch for your SSR to START! Running roof off battery will only take a few up/down cycles to lower battery level, you will need to "jump" your R to get home.

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It wouldn't be a bad idea, that said, how often do you run your roof? How long or how many times do you put it up/down? Like at a show.

Remember it takes 13amps to run roof, strongly suggest run SSR engine while operating roof.

Takes 9 volts at ignition switch for your SSR to START! Running roof off battery will only take a few up/down cycles to lower battery level, you will need to "jump" your R to get home.

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I remember years ago (2003) when our R's were first in the dealer show rooms. The 2 dealers I visited, the R's batteries were dead from running the roofs up and down for customers to see!

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