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Old 12-04-2017, 10:57 AM   #31
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I thought about it, kinda slow here, and an alternator/starter shop would be your best bet as they do this for other applications on all kinds of vehicles.
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I thought about it, kinda slow here, and an alternator/starter shop would be your best bet as they do this for other applications on all kinds of vehicles.
Thanks. I guess I'll also see if any of the car audio places have a way of dealing with this, but at this point I'm pretty sure it's just a risk I have to accept. I've got the right size fuse and wire loom around all the positive cabling so it would take a pretty significant event for something to cut through all that and cause it to short against the frame or body.
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Thanks. I guess I'll also see if any of the car audio places have a way of dealing with this, but at this point I'm pretty sure it's just a risk I have to accept. I've got the right size fuse and wire loom around all the positive cabling so it would take a pretty significant event for something to cut through all that and cause it to short against the frame or body.
If that Sprinter site doesn't pan out, try "Expedition Portal" too.

http://forum.expeditionportal.com/index.php
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If that Sprinter site doesn't pan out, try "Expedition Portal" too.

http://forum.expeditionportal.com/index.php
Looks like a really cool site. Thanks!
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