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Got some more work done on the rig..

Discussion in 'CA- SoCal 80's' started by SOCALFJ, Mar 4, 2007.

  1. SOCALFJ

    SOCALFJ

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    see what happens when i dont go out camping?

    Aux plug upfront for more gadgets.
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    Aux plugs in the rear cargo area for the fridge and whatever the heck else
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    Might install a single on the fridge side too.
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    Each plug has it's own 15 amp fuse at the panel, I LOVE THIS NEW BLOCK! SO EASY
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    YES!, they're getting heat shrinked! Everything else is... just ran out of the correct size. Settle down Mangler!

    Loomed some more of the 2awg cable for the dual battery.. almost done.. almost stock looking..
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    Mounted up my super duper $12 shovel ... yippee
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    The new Quick Fist Clamps are awesome!
     
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    Where can you get the quick fists locally (not Internet)?

    Nice setups! You need to list where you got all that crap for us that are not in the know. :D
     
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    SOCALFJ

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    Shoot i dont know, i looked for them locally.. didn't see them anywhere.

    All the components were purchased at West Marine... there are many cheaper alternatoives. Trust me.
     
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    Thanks. I might hit you on some info on the extra plugs - Im thinking 2m in the close future.
     
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    Slomo It's Complicated

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    Damn Dave you are going to have to sign up for ROTW with all the crap you have done. ;)
     
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    Brentbba Former Golfer SILVER Star

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    Nice Dave. The West Marine double plug is what I put in the back of the truck also.

    Did you use the regular size quickfist? I know Cabela's carries them.
     
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    I got the one that holds objects 1" to 2 1/2" (25mm to 64mm) in diameter. There's a smaller one and a larger one.
     
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    Bluetribal SILVER Star

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    How much interior do you have to remove to get your wires to the back?
     
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    Just about 3 plastic snap sections. Not bad at all. Driver side snap threshold, rear seat threshold, and a section of the side of the wall in the back.. they all snapped right back on , no problem. No tools needed:)

    Did one section at a time as i ran it back. Never had the entire rig apart for any length of time.
     
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    Bluetribal SILVER Star

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    Nice, I didn't know if there was enough room under the threshold for heavy gauge wire. Thought you might have to remove a second row seat and run under the carpet at worst case.
     
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    Im not running anything heavy back to the back. The 4awg goes to the distribution block up front and then 14awg (what the plugs call for) gets strung to the back. No worries on room at all. The fused link is upfront.