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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    Thatís a good idea on wiring the winch controller inside the Jeep instead of pulling the cord over the side mirror and thru the window. Did you leave the plug on the winch too if you want to operate it from there too?


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    I like that idea too...

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    BJ is coming along nicely...(it took great restraint not to change the spelling of some words)

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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    Thatís a good idea on wiring the winch controller inside the Jeep instead of pulling the cord over the side mirror and thru the window. Did you leave the plug on the winch too if you want to operate it from there too?


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    Yes. Kind of.
    I extended the wiring on the control box so the box is protected under the hood in the engine bay. Did this for a couple reasons, first being that the plastic is known to UV fade and get brittle and crack. Second is itís mounted much higher if I ever end up submerging it in mud and need to access it.

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    I also cut down and shortened an extra remote that I keep in glove box all the time
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    And then I keep the full length 12í one in my recovery kit that I only bring with me when I plan on off-roading. (Tjís donít have much cargo space)
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    I donít think Iíve ever used the connection under the hood after installing the inside one though.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    BJ is coming along nicely...(it took great restraint not to change the spelling of some words)
    Hahah. Still makes me smile. Might make it into a sticker at some point 🤣


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    Thatís coming along great! I like that idea for the winch controller inside the Jeep

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    Things seem to be going well on the ďfix one thing a dayĒ plan.

    Next up, blown ass shitty console sub

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    Buddy gave me this little guy, by some miracle the tiny Chrysler amp can actually push it (enough for better sound, not winning any audio competitions) so after testing it out, eff it why not.
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    Little bit of cutting on the outside
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    Cutting on the inside
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    Test fitting
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    Install
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    Even made a new magnetic parts tray 🤣
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    If anyone needs an easy way to add power accessory connections to their terminals, donít mount hem to the tightening bolt, that seems to always cause issues.

    Instead, drill a hole through the flat section, tap some threads in it, screw in a bolt from underneath. Takes 5 minutes and costs next to nothing.
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    Sounds like a good idea to me...

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    Iíve been avoiding doing this all summer...... here we go ....

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    Driver side
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    Pass
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    I miss my armrest.



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