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Thread: The build of my flag ship Black Pearl

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    Quote Originally Posted by JK2DR View Post
    I like the look of them mounted there but didnt want any problems with the paint. may give it a shot and try the wax idea
    This is what I use after I wash and dry the jeep it seems to do alright maybe it's keeping it from staining IMG_5541.jpg


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    Awesome I'll give it a shot. Thanks!


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    Heading to a gig in Sacramento IMG_5548.jpg


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    I love it when my father in law brings me stuff from work 64 watt 3.88A Solar panel 20w 1.19a panel and a couple of deep cycle batteries almost have everything to start building my overlanding trailer IMG_5575.jpg


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    Pretty sweet. I snagged a 3 panel that's capable of maintaining the little things like cell phones, etc. they are pretty handy to have! What trailer setup you planning on?


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    Quote Originally Posted by rl206 View Post
    Pretty sweet. I snagged a 3 panel that's capable of maintaining the little things like cell phones, etc. they are pretty handy to have! What trailer setup you planning on?


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    These are pg&e panels for running there equipment out in the middle of fields ... I'm still designing it as I'm going to build it from scratch


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    Quote Originally Posted by black pearl View Post
    These are pg&e panels for running there equipment out in the middle of fields ... I'm still designing it as I'm going to build it from scratch


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    How cool is that! Can't wait to see what you come up with

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    How cool is that! Can't wait to see what you come up with
    Thanks... I only have a few big decisions to make before I can start slowly building like what axel and suspension


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    Quote Originally Posted by black pearl View Post
    Thanks... I only have a few big decisions to make before I can start slowly building like what axel and suspension


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    LOL!! What do you have in mind so far?

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    This is cool. Not sure if there are any aftermarket vendors on this but If there are I bet it's pricey. Nothing beats free

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