My modifications.

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My modifications.

Postby Titus A Duxass » 27 Mar 2010, 16:05

Here are some of the modifications that I've carried out over the last couple of years.

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Laminate floor with wood trim (someone wanted a pic ot this).

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Bottle/Flask Holder, power socket for cool box and mains socket all located on the base of passenger seat.

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Mil connector for LB charging (behind driver seat).

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Two "ciggie lighter" sockets next to radio.

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MP3 player connection.

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Propex thermostat and another mains socket.

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EHU behind flap, you can also see another Mil connector for MB charging.

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Another view of EHU.
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Re: My modifications.

Postby jamesc76 » 27 Mar 2010, 16:46

Those mil connectors , what do you actually do with um, as in do you have a lead that has crock clips on um to connect to the battery ???
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Re: My modifications.

Postby Titus A Duxass » 27 Mar 2010, 17:10

jamesc76 wrote:Those mil connectors , what do you actually do with um, as in do you have a lead that has crock clips on um to connect to the battery ???

I have the opposite part on my charger, simply screw them together to connect charger to battery.
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Re: My modifications.

Postby Plasticman » 27 Mar 2010, 22:19

James, I beleive they are permanently connected to the respective battery.
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Re: My modifications.

Postby jamesc76 » 28 Mar 2010, 18:16

Titus A Duxass wrote:
jamesc76 wrote:Those mil connectors , what do you actually do with um, as in do you have a lead that has crock clips on um to connect to the battery ???

I have the opposite part on my charger, simply screw them together to connect charger to battery.



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Re: My modifications.

Postby catflaps » 01 Apr 2010, 16:43

Hello,
I'd be intersted in how you fitted the MP3 lead and the extra cig socket? Is it easy enough for a novice? I have my dash covered in the rubbery mat stuff that stops things sliding so if i could have a set up like yours the ipod would sit well on the dash or in the ashtray
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