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Thread: What did you do to your Patrol today!

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    Got my spare set of Koni's reco'd and swapped them out in the rear - fronts next weekend, too stuffed plus pressure to 'get out from under that bloody car' from 'you know who - the cushion queen'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skitzyrex View Post
    After repeatedly bending up my trailer socket on the old bracket I decided to buy a new one and put it in the bumper.
    Mine has been smashed after the trip and i hate the flat plug.
    So will be doing the same and mounting a round plug socket on the bumper..
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    I have been through 3 flat sockets on the work 4wd and have changed to the round socket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigguwesty View Post
    Mine has been smashed after the trip and i hate the flat plug.
    So will be doing the same and mounting a round plug socket on the bumper..
    This one is a round plug so I'll see how it goes.
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    What did you do to your Patrol today!

    Fitted a new Sony stereo with reverse camera and Kicker 300 watt speakers

    Spewing though because I found out the supplied wiring loom has all the speakers in the wrong position. Oh well time to rip it out again and do a spot of rewiring.


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    After much neglect, I got to clean the inside. Not much I know....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yeti's Beast View Post
    Fitted a new Sony stereo with reverse camera and Kicker 300 watt speakers

    Spewing though because I found out the supplied wiring loom has all the speakers in the wrong position. Oh well time to rip it out again and do a spot of rewiring.


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    What did that cost you?
    I have a piece of shit Elinz unit in mine that half works, should replace it one day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TPC View Post
    What did that cost you?
    I have a piece of shit Elinz unit in mine that half works, should replace it one day.
    I got it for $264 at JB Hi Fi , 6.5 inch Kicker speakers $107
    It works really good. Has reverse camera that can be activated on the screen as well as when in reverse.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PeeBee View Post
    Removed the original Safari Snorkle and cut the hole.............Quite a cavity below the elbow, makes me wonder how the likes of Patrol a part and Millweld sort this out.
    G'day Phil, when Mill removed my GU Safari he made this extra cover/strengthing plate.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    G'day Phil, when Mill removed my GU Safari he made this extra cover/strengthing plate.


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    OK, gotcha. The hole I have is approx 20mm below the new 4" SS bend - really looks untidy. I have been 'dreaming' about how to address it, and was more or less committed to a @Rossco style visit to a panel shop to fix it. I thought I would incorporate the repair with the bonnet vents, but perhaps you have set me on another totally different path to success. I am going to tack this all together tomorrow so my contractors on site can weld it out next week - bloody handy having a pool of great guys with skills to match who are happy to help. Thanks for the heads up Mark.
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