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Speedohealer ?

I got in on the group buy from Brad and I didnt get the extended cable, I was wondering if it is possible to get just the longer harness.
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I got in on the group buy from Brad and I didnt get the extended cable, I was wondering if it is possible to get just the longer harness.

I'm sure you can order the longer harness separate. Just contact some site sponsors and see if they can hook you up.

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IF your talking the ext cable, the boxes are different, the ext has no button only a plug in, so the extension is your button. The one without the extender has a button on the face of the box, but no place to plug in the extender
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IF your talking the ext cable, the boxes are different, the ext has no button only a plug in, so the extension is your button. The one without the extender has a button on the face of the box, but no place to plug in the extender
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The reason, I know is when I got mine, it kept saying push the button and I could find no friggin button.............so I plugged the extension and pushed that button and it worked..................the instructions aren't different between the two models..............

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Man I could sure use a Speedohealer. How about it Rich? Speedohealer giveaway for August?? COME ON!!!!
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IF your talking the ext cable, the boxes are different, the ext has no button only a plug in, so the extension is your button. The one without the extender has a button on the face of the box, but no place to plug in the extender

I was looking for the button too.... After the trouble of finding a place to mount the remote recall button I'm thinking that the standard SH may have been cleaner. The only real benefit I see is that you can mount the box out of sight and the recall is easier, but I spent a good hour running the ext cable to get it totally out of sight.
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I was looking for the button too.... After the trouble of finding a place to mount the remote recall button I'm thinking that the standard SH may have been cleaner. The only real benefit I see is that you can mount the box out of sight and the recall is easier, but I spent a good hour running the ext cable to get it totally out of sight.
your better off with ext, cause if you have to change your settings you don't need to pull your seat; just clear the memory with the ext button then put your correct inputs in and then go test. Much easier to program in the long run.................
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your better off with ext, cause if you have to change your settings you don't need to pull your seat; just clear the memory with the ext button then put your correct inputs in and then go test. Much easier to program in the long run.................

How do you program without removing the seat? I thought you had to move one of the 6 dip switches depending on what you are programming.
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