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post #101 of 193 (permalink) Old 07-28-2018, 03:35 PM Thread Starter
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I like it now I'm gonna have to get some more great pics for you to do some more lol.


In other news. I ordered the Raybestos pads, calipers, Timbren Active Offroad rear bumpstops and Nisstec TS brake lines.

I'm debating whether to get the M49 RTT from Freespirit as well. It looks to be a good option compared to the much more $$$ hard shells and I could get it for half price of one.
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Pulled the plug on an order for the M49 tent. Since I'm not doing month long expedition's the need for a hard shell isn't quite up there (It's also as low profile as a hardshell at 9" tall packed down) and I got it for a lot less than MSRP. Also got a deal on a combo order of an ARB50 fridge, bag and wiring kit from Northridge as well. Now I can finally start to piece together my drawers lol.

If nothing is going on from the local VA people then 10,11,12 I'll be going into Pisgah National Forest to test them out on their maiden voyage.

Also does anyone have any leads on where I can get the best deal on OEM Primary Cats? Or where to get a good deal on low mileage used ones?

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Got in my Noco on board charger and a tiny Streamlight lantern.


Got my Timbrens and installed them today. This was a hell of a project though. The right side was no issue but both the ones on the left was seized and I had to chisel them out. It started to pour the rain too and I slipped on the wet and fell down my porch steps :/ not pleasant so hopefully I'm just bruised up a little. On the plus side the X rides much more smoothly now.
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Christmas in July update!

Got my Noco onboard battery charger installed.


Good thing to because my ARB Fridge came in early today too Now to work on those drawers.


And....my M49 RTT came in 5 days early woot lol but I can't install it since my back isn't so great atm. Got it wrapped up currently because they're giving rain for like a week. :/
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Is that Noco basically just an adapter so when you get home you can plug your vehicle in like the block heater and it charges the battery?
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Is that Noco basically just an adapter so when you get home you can plug your vehicle in like the block heater and it charges the battery?
Yeah. It's a 4amp charger than you plug into an AC outlet to charge/maintain the battery. I've ran the plugin in front of my grille and just to the passenger side of my bumper so I can plug it in when the vehicle will sit for a while and my fridge won't drain the battery then.
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Yeah. It's a 4amp charger than you plug into an AC outlet to charge/maintain the battery. I've ran the plugin in front of my grille and just to the passenger side of my bumper so I can plug it in when the vehicle will sit for a while and my fridge won't drain the battery then.
Ok that's what I thought. My Optima charger has adapters for something similar but I don't have an AC outlet to make use of it (living in a condo )
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So have you tried out the Timbrens yet? Taken any big whoops? Is there a difference?
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So have you tried out the Timbrens yet? Taken any big whoops? Is there a difference?
Havent been offroading since putting them on yet but their are some bad potholes in my area and it's been a huge difference hitting them kinda like a cushion whereas before it felt like someone hit me in the back with a baseball bat. Can't wait to take it for a real spin probably tomorrow on one of the nearby forest roads.
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