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Looking great nice work on wiring harness and rear box, also like your dash switch location nice use of space. The Texas bottle opener is very cool AND handy for those long necks...

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Thanks JCart, I am real happy how everything turned out. I'll be heading out to the ranch April 16 thur the 19 th to give it all a good shakedown. Although I did already test the bottle opener .
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Loaded up Pockets. Heading out to the ranch in the morning.
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Loaded up Pockets. Heading out to the ranch in the morning.
Have fun and let us know how everything works out!
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Back from the Chihuahua Desert. Had an awesome time. Here's some of Pockets adventures. Everything worked great but still maybe need a glove box and something under the driver seat. Arrived at the ranch wed afternoon. About midnight we had some heavy thunderstorms and buy the next morning the creek had flooded. Made for some good swimming. Loaded up Pocket's to fill some feeders.
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Here's some more pictures from the trip. Filling some feeders my brother ( in the pic) thought about putting the ladder in the bed. It fit in there and was actually pretty stable. Out walking around we found a beautiful strawberry cactus blooming and Pockets found some dog cactus. With 14oz of green slim in each tire they are still holding air. And a night run for some more river rocks.
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I have been trying to decide what kind of gun racks to get for a while. Picked up a Big Sky single on the way out to the ranch. Works great for the .410 and was hoping a bow would fit in there. I tried my brother's but it didn't work. Maybe mine or my daughter's will.
Looks like I will also have to rethink my light switches. I originally intended to use some waterproof ones but they required a little more effort to hook up so I went with these. I have one on my 4Wheeler and have had no problem with it.
But it rained quite a bit today and when I came home two of the led lights were on with the switches off as they had got some water in them. May have to fab up a rain visor or something.
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just fill the switches with dielectric grease ....water wont be a problem after that

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just fill the switches with dielectric grease ....water wont be a problem after that
Wouldn't the dielectric grease do the same thing the water was doing and just keep the lights on?
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More pockets for Pockets. This could be turning into a sickness but these AWP pocket pouches from Lowes are great. Also cut a board to fill the gap on the bottom of the back panel. Just have to get it painted.
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Also while at Lowes I stumbled across a drip edge I thought I could use as a rain visor. After I screwed in the new AWP's I started cutting and came up with this. And found a place to hang my koozie.
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