Solo, If what you're referring to as the main page is www.laroke.com/index.html
then that's my "commercial" site for my computer consulting (I've been havin' so much fun with BillyBob that I haven't updated that portion of the site in a long time). Anyway, it has a link called "Personnel" which leads to my personal home page which in turn has a BillyBob's Garage link.
Snappy, It's sorta "run wot ya brung". A previous owner (before JR) did the first 12 volt re-wiring and s/he put in an older alternator that did not have the integral voltage regulator. I didn't choose the alternator/regulator layout, I already had it. Somewhere down the road, I may replace the current alternator/regulator setup with a newer one-wire alternator and that's why I kept the wire with the molded plug that I cut off the new harness. About the diagram - This being an architectural firm I work at, I used AutoCAD to produce it (I had to use stealth 'cause if my boss catches me, he'll want me to start drawing buildings again instead of working on computers.) I used layer control like you did. In CAD we're taught to draw things full size and only use scaling for printouts. The real size of the drawing is 8' by 20'. The wires in the harness were originally drawn 1/32" apart. When I tried to publish to Adobe Acrobat, I found the largest paper dimension allowed was 45" at 600 dpi resolution. This caused the lines to overlap. I had to go back and move the lines to a minimum of 1/8" apart to eliminate the overlaps. The biggest adobe PDF diagrams are on a custom paper size of 22" x 44". This has caused some people printing problems for some of my visitors. The best I can offer for those who want to print is play with your printer settings (like scale to fit page if your printer supports it) and go for coffee when you hit the print button - even on a powerful production machine here at the office with lots of memory it takes a minute to do the scaling operations and send the results to the printer.
[ 11-26-2001: Message edited by: LAROKE ]