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I've been watching Andrew for over a year now. He puts out some pretty good content, if you enjoy his picky personality.

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I've watched these videos before, and I believe everyone should watch them. It gives a good basic overview and some really good advice on designing around purpose instead of desire. I've actually considered the interior and electrical setup for my X, where I only need three seats at most.

I was looking at creating a modular setup with a second battery/electrical platform that could be installed quickly after removing the 60 rear seat, and adding onto that in the event I can remove the entire rear seats. Still working it out in my head, but this series was the inspiration.

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I've watched these videos before, and I believe everyone should watch them. It gives a good basic overview and some really good advice on designing around purpose instead of desire.
To me this is the main thing. "Everyone has [insert option here] ... I need [inserted option] too." Nope, for what I do I may not need [option] but I do need something like that so I figure out what will work. I've also kicked around a few ideas for interior space use and now I have it 'customized' for what my GF and I have found works best for how we travel and wheel. I'm still making minor tweaks, and probably always will, but for the most part it is finished.

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Let's make it to Cabo San Lucas (and back) first ...

Then we can plan a trip to Australia.


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These are great for a noob like me...
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He sort of skipped step 1 which is to spend the $1000-$1500 it cost to buy a 2 post lift.
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He sort of skipped step 1 which is to spend the $1000-$1500 it cost to buy a 2 post lift.
You skipped step 1..... Have a garage tall enough for a 2 post lift.

There are times when I wish my garage was tall enough for a lift. Sure would make working on things easier at times.
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You skipped step 1..... Have a garage tall enough for a 2 post lift.

There are times when I wish my garage was tall enough for a lift. Sure would make working on things easier at times.
Haha I stand corrected. If I had a garage I'd probably be trying to mod the roof structure to delete whatever's in the way of installing one haha.


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