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Atoews

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DI drive ?

I would like to see some pics of these installed  without the hand crank winches. I would like to install them but without the the hand crank winch to eliminate as many cables and pulleys as possible. 
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Here a screenshot of our installation manual. Depending on which ratio machine you have, it can either directly hook from to the strap to the cable. (1:1)
If you have a faster machine (750:1) ratio, you will probably want to do a 2:1 ratio.
In that case, you can reference the installation guide and just add an anchor where the hand crank would be.

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Atoews

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I understand that way of doing it. But the reason for me to get the idrive is to get away from cable and for sure cables going around pulleys. Can the machine be put right on to the rod going to the baffles or tunnel doors. And is there a way to open the tunnel doors without power to machine doing it that way. Thanks Andy
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jmcknight

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Good afternoon Andy,

Please give the office a call, and ask for James McKnight. Our office number is: (732) 363-2333

Best regards.
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