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Old 04-24-2012, 07:00 PM
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For those of you who have done dual batteries in your FZJ80, where did you mount your solenoid? I have the National Luna kit to install and I can't find a place I like. So far the interior of my ARB is where I'm thinking. Then I could link the winch in the middle of the solenoid and main battery. Thoughts?
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National Luna with a bigger solenoid

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My National Luna is in the same place as Treeroots.
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Nice, Mike. I had so many relays and ground wires and in line fuses stuffed in there... man that looks clean.
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Old 04-25-2012, 12:34 PM
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I've got a pair of group 31's so I don't have the space in that location.
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I can't find a place I like.
I have room on my truck. Problem solved.
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Corbet, I've put them on the backside of the passenger side battery tray. I hole-saw an extra hole in the battery tray for wire routing, makes a nice clean install without taking up too much real estate. I'll try and find a pic.
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Corbet, I've put them on the backside of the passenger side battery tray. I hole-saw an extra hole in the battery tray for wire routing, makes a nice clean install without taking up too much real estate. I'll try and find a pic.
Kurt, I looked at that as my 2nd choice. I plan to upsize the solenoid like Mike so that is what got me thinking about other locations. Post the picture when you have time. I don't think I'm going to tackle this before CM12. See you next week.
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Nice, Mike. I had so many relays and ground wires and in line fuses stuffed in there... man that looks clean.
Man.... That looks clean. Makes me want to rewire mine! Nice job!
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