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Thread: What did you do to your Patrol today!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AB View Post
    Tried fixing these bloody HID headlights last night but no joy.

    The RHS light is gone and the LHS sometimes works. Originally it was the relay that popped so put a new one but no joy.

    I can't see any visual damage of wires and tried earthing to battery and still no luck.

    I am actually now thinking it might be a low quality ballast but thats about where my electrical skills stop.

    Tempted to just go back to the original OEM lights as I was driving home at night the other week and both lights went out which made for an interesting drive flicking on the light bar when there were no cars.
    Have you thought about using candles

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sprock View Post
    after i typed all that it said ‘ post quick reply’ which didn’t seem appropriate but there wasn’t a ‘post long winded description ‘ button haha
    Bwhaaaa you ijiot

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    Reconnected the rear anti sway bar and stiffened up the front shocks. Doesn't feel like a boat in a high sea anymore :-)
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    Finally got around to installing my dual battery kit in the Maverick.

    Highly recommend the Red Arc SBI12KIT, quick to install and relatively easy directions to follow. However, make sure you hit up Jaycar or something and have some lugs and crimpers to cut the cable to the right lengths.

    Now for the hard part though, finding a way to mount a wooden base for my fridge slide without drilling extra holes in the wagon.

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    This morning I moved the Patrol to its usual parking spot at home, I flicked the switch for the rear flood light and my intercooler fan turned on as well. Hmmm. Another gremlin to attend too....

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    Mugwai’s versus Gremlins aftermarket guilty for sure me too Mudski mate!
    “Never after midnight play with 12v”



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmyboyjr4 View Post
    Finally got around to installing my dual battery kit in the Maverick.

    Highly recommend the Red Arc SBI12KIT, quick to install and relatively easy directions to follow. However, make sure you hit up Jaycar or something and have some lugs and crimpers to cut the cable to the right lengths.

    Now for the hard part though, finding a way to mount a wooden base for my fridge slide without drilling extra holes in the wagon.
    Loving Redarc owned gear too over the years Jimmy mate!
    Please don’t drill holes in your floor, there is bolts in there to carefully template by oneself ply too and double back or screw down to your new ever changing wood base until fully happy


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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    Mugwai’s versus Gremlins aftermarket guilty for sure me too Mudski mate!
    “Never after midnight play with 12v”



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    Im always asleep before midnight. Or drunk. Then asleep.

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    @MB Don't worry, mate. I drilled one hole for my dual battery tray, and that was painful enough - not doing that again unless absolutely necessary.

    I've already worked out enough holes to suffice, but I'll get the carpet up in a few days and find some more to make it fully secure.

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    Great to hear mate
    Many a Texscrewburglar snooping around these traps :-)




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