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Got the IPFs wired and working this weekend thanks to FJVP, (Tim).

Tim kindly hosted Mikescruiser and I at his home in Fullerton and got us up and running. Tim definately knows his stuff and does a clean job. It was pretty hot out in the sun and took quite a while to get it done, (particularly since I was mostly useless and Tim did the lion's share of the work on my rig).

I will take some pics tonight and post up in the morning, just wanted to give a big thanks to Tim for his generosity.
 

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Yes I dropped by to observe the master (TIm) once again do his magic!

It wuz nice seein ya guys / Tim, Rick & Mike.
 

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very nice indeed! what lights are those on the rear? i picked 2 sets of 55W cheapies from Northern Tool, a pair for the roof rack, and a pair for rock lights...knew i should have had Tim, err, helped Tim install them.
 

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GTKrockeTT said:
so, what you're saying is...their wiring job is better than mine and Tom's? ;D
You are speculating Doug.....Stop it! ;D


Mikes wa a little tougher, he had the ARB roof rack and removing it was not an option. Mike bought a long 1/2" drill bit so the hole could go in from the top, but to get it to the 3/4" we needed to drill it out from under the headliner. Because of the rack, it made it difficult to really get in there and work but with time it worked out well....Mike actually did pull all the wiring and the split loom, I just wired it and the switches to the power.
 

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GTKrockeTT said:
very nice indeed! what lights are those on the rear? i picked 2 sets of 55W cheapies from Northern Tool, a pair for the roof rack, and a pair for rock lights...knew i should have had Tim, err, helped Tim install them.
I got some as well Doug...We will need to get together and do both rigs one day

Mikescruiser said:
the lights in the rear are PIAA 1500 (very bright) the best part is when some A-hole tails you, you can flick the switch and blind them.
Those PIAA's are a nice set up...A 3 position switch that allows off, on constant and on when in reverse.
 

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Call Dirty Parts in LA... I am starting to sound like a broken record. ;D

Larry used some kind of filler that the power companies use and he claims has never leaked on any vehicle he has done for over 20 years. I have power washed mine and nothing has come through yet. And he has no qualms about putting holes in your vehicle but he does it right!

 
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