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    The Build of ORION

    Quote Originally Posted by JK_Dave View Post
    You might want to give a look at this guy here - Introducing-Central-Command!!!-Power-distribution-module-like-no-other!

    It looks pretty slick, offers more switch locations and is undoubtedly cheaper.
    That was the ďotherĒ I was referring too... forgot the dam name of it... looks like I even already subscribed that thread... itís hard to keep up with all the cool shit out there. Thanks for the link.

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    The Build of ORION

    Got the Twin wired & plumbed. Kept it real simple... chopped the ARB switch harness off and connected the red & purple wires to a toggle switch next to the compressor. Couple brackets for mounting... & done. Works great.

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    Fun day with Jeep & Family on the Angeles Crest / Mt. Wilson
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    Perfect chance to skool the kids on the Jeeps Name...
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    The Build & Travels of ORION

    Havenít seen anyone else do this, so though I would share my phone mount... Itís an $8 SCOSCHE magnet mount, stuck to the air vent. If you turn the vent at about 35 degrees it holds the phone nice and tight and wont flip down. Perfect viewing angle and quick to reach... If you donít want to see it, simply flip the vent around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    Havenít seen anyone else do this, so though I would share my phone mount... Itís an $8 SCOSCHE magnet mount, stuck to the air vent. If you turn the vent at about 35 degrees it holds the phone nice and tight and wont flip down. Perfect viewing angle and quick to reach... If you donít want to see it, simply flip the vent around.
    I hope it works out. It sure looks good. But we burned out 2 ipods with magnetic mounts. First one we thought was just coincidence. It had lasted years before this. Bought a new iPod. Lasted 3 days and failed in the same way as the first one. Just an FYI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    I hope it works out. It sure looks good. But we burned out 2 ipods with magnetic mounts. First one we thought was just coincidence. It had lasted years before this. Bought a new iPod. Lasted 3 days and failed in the same way as the first one. Just an FYI.
    Thatís really strange... My wife & I have been using the magnet setup in our rides for about 6 years... zero issues.

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