What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

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My plans for the weekend sorted...

Relocation of the dual compressor, Odyssey PC1100 install, REDARC BCDC1225D install, and a bunch of wiring and tubing..

American adventure lab is becoming my favorite place to shop..

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My plans for the weekend sorted...

Relocation of the dual compressor, Odyssey PC1100 install, REDARC BCDC1225D install, and a bunch of wiring and tubing..

American adventure lab is becoming my favorite place to shop..

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It’s really tempting. What is the total investment cost for it?
 

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Finally got the Voswitch JL300 installed. As I add accessories I'll put on more labels.
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I see a lot of these get set up like yours. Might want to consider a little re-wiring to help with your cable management. Not 100% certain this is the intent of the slots, but really can't see any other reason they'd be there. I just put a little piece of heat shrink on the wire where it passes through the slot as an extra layer of abrasion protection, though there's been no indication it was necessary:

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Got some new shoes for the wife’s Rubi today.

Stock suspension, Warn wheels Diamondcutter 0 offset, 315/70/17 Cooper STT Pro’s.

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Looks GREAT! That made a HUGE difference!
 

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It has been a long four days since my last snow wheeling trip...... I am going to load it up so that in the morning I can head north with 18 other Jeepers and do a bunch of snow wheeling for the next three days.

We have rented cabins so there is no camping in the snow this weekend. 🤨 One of the cabins is more like a lodge with a huge kitchen and huge dinning area.

Will be cooking pancakes with blue berries, or black berries and whip cream with real maple syrup and thick cut bacon for one of the breakfast meals and the other breakfast meal with be breakfast burritos.. Saturday lunch on the trail will be grilled ham and cheese on sourdough bread with beach bar tomato soup. Dinners will be steak one night with potatoes with mushrooms and onions. the other dinner with be beef stew with homemade corn bread.

Should be a big fire and some good bourbon and or beer to be drank.... I think there are more girl Jeepers than guy Jeepers this weekend. This will also be the third time wheeling in the month of January. 2021 is starting out good.
 

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It has been a long four days since my last snow wheeling trip...... I am going to load it up so that in the morning I can head north with 18 other Jeepers and do a bunch of snow wheeling for the next three days.

We have rented cabins so there is no camping in the snow this weekend. 🤨 One of the cabins is more like a lodge with a huge kitchen and huge dinning area.

Will be cooking pancakes with blue berries, or black berries and whip cream with real maple syrup and thick cut bacon for one of the breakfast meals and the other breakfast meal with be breakfast burritos.. Saturday lunch on the trail will be grilled ham and cheese on sourdough bread with beach bar tomato soup. Dinners will be steak one night with potatoes with mushrooms and onions. the other dinner with be beef stew with homemade corn bread.

Should be a big fire and some good bourbon and or beer to be drank.... I think there are more girl Jeepers than guy Jeepers this weekend. This will also be the third time wheeling in the month of January. 2021 is starting out good.
Sounds like an AMAZING time!!!!
 

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I see a lot of these get set up like yours. Might want to consider a little re-wiring to help with your cable management. Not 100% certain this is the intent of the slots, but really can't see any other reason they'd be there. I just put a little piece of heat shrink on the wire where it passes through the slot as an extra layer of abrasion protection, though there's been no indication it was necessary:

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Thanks for the tip! I’ll have to look into this when the weather warms up.
 

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I installed the amber LP4 Pros earlier tonight. Between those and the Squadron Pro spots and floods, I think I'm good with forward lighting now.
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Just the white Squadron Pros
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And the amber LP4 Pros
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Real men run a pair of LP9's on the pillars. ;)
 
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