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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 03-18-2010, 02:11 PM Thread Starter
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Wired a few things.

I just finished wiring the gps, dome light, whip light, and radio. I ran everything through the cage so it took a little longer. The part that suck the most is knowing that in a month or two I have to tear this thing down for powder and paint so all the wires have to come out. Does anyone have the HDS-5 Baja? I need some topo maps if anyone has any please send me a message. Thanks.
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Really clean!!! I really like how you have built your cat

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It looks great are you running 3+ batteries and a alternator? LOL.
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Really clean!!! I really like how you have built your cat
Thank you amprice4. I have a lot of time and money into this project. The few rides I have been on it put's a smile on my face and that's what it's all about.

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It looks great are you running 3+ batteries and a alternator? LOL.
Thank you gdeez.

I am running a single Optima Yellow top and the factory charge system has been able to keep up so far. The Vision X lights only draw .75 amps each so there is room for more.

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Looks Really Good!

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Looks good, love that big ole GPS. Is your steering wheel larger diameter than stock?
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I just finished wiring the gps, dome light, whip light, and radio. I ran everything through the cage so it took a little longer. The part that suck the most is knowing that in a month or two I have to tear this thing down for powder and paint so all the wires have to come out. Does anyone have the HDS-5 Baja? I need some topo maps if anyone has any please send me a message. Thanks.

Man Todd everything looks great. I have the same Lowrance fish finder on my pontoo boat.



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It's looking good big guy. I just finished installing my Yellow Top about an hour ago.

Btw, I hear that the back way to Crown King is a total wash out and it might be another week before anyone can make it all the way up. They are having an "Off Roader Appreciation Day" on the 27th.

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Looks good, love that big ole GPS. Is your steering wheel larger diameter than stock?
No it's smaller. I think the picture angle just gives it that school bus look. lol

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