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Just waiting on the denso 40amp 3 pin plug, because I am running two batteries I tried the split charger but was not happy with the results, the black 90amp is for start, run, and everything but the fans, these run from the second battery as well as joining the start side of the electrics
Just need a bigger v belt
Manage to get the back bolted on, welded the splits, welded angle to stop the flex by the tail gate and also welded / bolted in 8 heavy duty tie downs, first time the back has sat square
Rear brakes, wire brush and paint.
Nice "Repair" Vin...................
After straightening and strengthening the rear X member it did not get used. So I cut the worst 5" off of the chassis.
The rear cross member was a bit out of shape, cut the extra welded brackets and squashed it flat with box section, the rear X member is only 3mm thick or was until the box section was added
The near side chassis rail was 1 inch lower, still a bit more work to do but now have it at only 3mm lower.
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