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Not bad. Is that the standard bottle?
no its about 1/5th the size , i hate it on mine always bloody empty.
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no its about 1/5th the size , i hate it on mine always bloody empty.
Thought it was too clean, and small. So does it come with snorkel kit?
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Can you post a pick of your setup looking into a dual battery setup ATM

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Yerr sure. Just got to remember to do it. I made my own battery tray holder using angle from an old bed and some flat which holds the carrier onto the engine mount bolts. It might be hard to take pics of the carrier. As the battery is hard to get out and in again. I had to trim away some of the stock battery carrier to fit both batteries in. But it works great. I have an 80ah/650 CCA dual purpose battery sitting in the new holder. It has a big arse overide switch with 2BS cable to link the starting battery and aux when I want to run the winch. Also works great as a jump start by turning the switch, the one or two times the main has been flat over the years. Just be prepared to have no room on that side of the engine bay.

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Yerr sure. Just got to remember to do it. I made my own battery tray holder using angle from an old bed and some flat which holds the carrier onto the engine mount bolts. It might be hard to take pics of the carrier. As the battery is hard to get out and in again. I had to trim away some of the stock battery carrier to fit both batteries in. But it works great. I have an 80ah/650 CCA dual purpose battery sitting in the new holder. It has a big arse overide switch with 2BS cable to link the starting battery and aux when I want to run the winch. Also works great as a jump start by turning the switch, the one or two times the main has been flat over the years. Just be prepared to have no room on that side of the engine bay.

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As requested.

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My new Brown Dog engine brackets and ultra-flex rubber mounts arrived yesterday and fitted last night about 3 hours all up ,I fitted engine brackets because PO tried to drill out broken bolt stuffed the boss leaving only 2 bolts on the RH bracket .the brackets are well made and fitted up fairly easy ,do have a little more motor vibration through the body but not much, very happy with the product
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As requested.

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Got some goodies I had made

Armor isnt actually finished yet

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The rock rings look excellent.
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