By Hodadical - Wed Feb 07, 2018 8:23 am
- Wed Feb 07, 2018 8:23 am #148449
So after upgrading my Peg Perego Gator XUV to pneumatic tires, 18v, and Ryobi variable speed drill switch throttle, as some warned, I ended up toasting the Ryobi drill switch after only a few outings (but it was awesome while it worked). Still using saltydog's article as guidance, I was intrigued by mention of "the beefier Milwaukee 28 volt Switch Category Number: 23-66-0023 for $45", so I got one to replace the burnt out Ryobi switch and seeing it in person, I can definitely see its much beefier, but now I'm totally confused as to how to properly wire it as it has 6 terminals (not 4 like the Ryobi) labeled B-, B+, M1, M2, M3, and S. Even using my ohm meter, I can't figure it out... I don't seem to get variable resistance off any of the ports to B+ when the switch is depressed lightly. Certain ports swap states between open and closed as the switch is depressed, but nothing seems variable. Has anyone wired one of these before and can offer some guidance?