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I remember seeing in an old issue of street customs a ground disconnect on a switch, and they used a big solenoid to disconnect the ground at the flip of a switch.I found the article, but they dont really tell me what kind of solenoid that is.I asked a tech guy about it and he said I'd need a 'constant use' solenoid, but thats all the input he had. Anyone tell me what kind of solenoid I need? I don't wanna be burning out my emergency disconnect solenoid because i got the wrong kind.

 

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that noid looks just like the noids prohopper and lona and sons sell..the heavy duty ones that are like 65 each.....i honestly wouldnt trust that....just my opinion though
 

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i got 4 of these u can actually get them at napa auto parts they r marine heavy duty noids
 

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id liketo know how they work. they seem like a good idea, but no one has em. must not work well cuz i read that shit a long time ago.
 

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Originally posted by slamed87lincoln@Sep 4 2005, 09:46 PM~3752359
that noid looks just like the noids prohopper and lona and sons sell..the heavy duty ones that are like 65 each.....i honestly wouldnt trust that....just my opinion though
i dont think i could trust an electrical emergency switch for any electrical system....
 
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