Jabberjaw

Since you mentioned it, I paid attention to it this morning. Doesn't seem to get in the way for me at all. I don't have the dead pedal though.
Hmm.
I don’t have a dead pedal either. In my constant trying to find a sweet spot for my left foot the strap always seems to be in the way.
 

Sharkey

Word Ninja
I covered the metal mount with some rubberized mat from HD that was only $1. Works perfectly and keeps everything rattle/movement free.
 

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Sharkey

Word Ninja
Finally getting around to working on a power distribution solution for the rear of the truck to handle the ARB twin and a fridge. Here is what 20 feet of 2 gauge welding cable (one red, one black) looks like all wrapped and ready to be fed through the frame. ;)
 

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benatc1

Hooked
Finally getting around to working on a power distribution solution for the rear of the truck to handle the ARB twin and a fridge. Here is what 20 feet of 2 gauge welding cable (one red, one black) looks like all wrapped and ready to be fed through the frame. ;)
I was wondering how this thing was coming along, still putting on the miles?
 

benatc1

Hooked
Yea in hear ya, I’m close to 21k, after about 9 months, hopefully that’ll level off this year though. Hopefully you’ll find some dirt this summer if not sooner
 

WJCO

Meme King
Finally getting around to working on a power distribution solution for the rear of the truck to handle the ARB twin and a fridge. Here is what 20 feet of 2 gauge welding cable (one red, one black) looks like all wrapped and ready to be fed through the frame. ;)
Curious to see how easy/hard that will be pulling through the frame. I used 4 gauge outside the frame and it was pretty hard to work with.
 

Sharkey

Word Ninja
All the major stuff is done and the air is up and running. I’m very pleased with the setup. Fridge wiring just needs to be connected and I’m going to install a secondary 12 volt plug for charging/running low draw stuff. I also need to zip tie the wiring in the ammo can and pretty it up a bit.

I ended up running 2 gauge to the back. Should be plenty for all of my needs. It runs through a 150 amp breaker at the battery. The 4 gauge is tied to bus bars in the Decked ammo can and then I fuse whatever I pull off the positive bus bar.
 

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benatc1

Hooked
All the major stuff is done and the air is up and running. I’m very pleased with the setup. Fridge wiring just needs to be connected and I’m going to install a secondary 12 volt plug for charging/running low draw stuff. I also need to zip tie the wiring in the ammo can and pretty it up a bit.

I ended up running 2 gauge to the back. Should be plenty for all of my needs. It runs through a 150 amp breaker at the battery. The 4 gauge is tied to bus bars in the Decked ammo can and then I fuse whatever I pull off the positive bus bar.
Looks good, is that called welding wire?
 

jeeeep

Hooked
:ROFLMAO:

Don't get me wrong, I like all of the creature comforts in the JL vs the JK, maybe it's just the seating position in relation to the dash. Feels like you sit lower in the JK more so the in the JL/JT's where you sit up higher. IDK, maybe it's just me 🤪
the JL is closer to the dash, I OCD'd over it when I bought mine, measured the JK and JL at different seat heights and realized the JL seat moves much more forward than the JK when it's raised.

I put in seat brackets so I could slide the seat back and not smash my knees getting in and out.

I'm not that tall but it was uncomfortable as f* being that close
 

Sharkey

Word Ninja
Unfortunately, my twin isn’t working. The fan runs but neither compressor is working. The external fuses are fine and I know power is getting to the harness. I’m going to pull everything apart this week but I’m curious if anyone has had a similar occurrence.

I’m hoping that maybe the pressure switch is bad or I bump a connection loose at the twin itself
 

OverlanderJK

Resident Smartass
Unfortunately, my twin isn’t working. The fan runs but neither compressor is working. The external fuses are fine and I know power is getting to the harness. I’m going to pull everything apart this week but I’m curious if anyone has had a similar occurrence.

I’m hoping that maybe the pressure switch is bad or I bump a connection loose at the twin itself
I had all kinds of issues with mine. The relay kept popping. I never lost both compressors but would lose one. Not hard, just a pain in the dick to pull apart.
 

Sharkey

Word Ninja
I had all kinds of issues with mine. The relay kept popping. I never lost both compressors but would lose one. Not hard, just a pain in the dick to pull apart.
Thx. I’ll look at that too. The problem is the way that I have mine mounted it’s a major pain to service it. Basically, I have to empty one drawer to get to the bolts and then I unmount the twin.

But, while it was working, it moved some serious air.
 
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OverlanderJK

Resident Smartass
Thx. I’ll look at that too. The problem is the way that I have mine mounted it’s a major pain to service it. Basically, I have to empty one drawer to get to the bolts and then I mount the twin.

But, while it was working, it moved some serious air.
Yup. Wasn’t super easy on the silver Jeep. Had to remove it all together and it was a pain with all the locker lines and crap.
 
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