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I need help with these things.
* install dual battery kit
* re wire winch to aux battery
* Install switches and wire 6 roof rack lights, 4 front, 2 rear. I have all the harneses and tools and supplies, just not confident on drilling the roof alone.
* Mount train horn in rear behind axle(probably requires welding) and tap it into the #2 horn plug.
*Install Marlin crawler(yeah I wish this one).
I have next weekend free. I will help you work on your stuff in exchange as well as Refreshments or whatever you may need..



 

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I can help you with everything except the horns...I can't weld worth a shit but not next weekend..I'll be out of town. The following weekend is the get together and then Sunday is Easter. The following weekend I am open?
 

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Any sort of bracket that I can mount them to, I dont want to just use metal screws or something cheap like that because I run my rig pretty hard sometimes and I dont want things falling off. It basicly needs to be about a 1 inch wide peice of steel about 8 inches long with a couble bolt studs sticking off it to mount the horn bracket to.



 

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I bought the wolo chrome 3 horn set from MIKESCRUISER a while back and since I redid my front end there isn't room to mount it the way he had em.



 

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do they make those in white PVC?? I want to do it like that but I think the pvc will look less conspictious. or not but yeah I want to do that. BTW, what do you do if you want to add more wires later on? I assume you've siliconed the inside?



 

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No silicone....It has a chemical in it that will eat away at the wire jacket. I use polyurathane sealant. Some use butyl rubber. I bought a white pvc fitting but did not like the way it fit. If I want to add more wire down the road, I will just poke a hole thru the sealant, its plyable like rubber.
 
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