Myst's LS-U dual cab build

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Re: Myst's LS-U dual cab build

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Ticked over 50,000km yesterday :)

Celebrated by installing a Yakima Double Down 4 bike rack :)
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Re: Myst's LS-U dual cab build

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Wow, finally managed to get my password reset and get back into the forum!

Only took three years! :)
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Missed ya haha
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Tink wrote: Mon Oct 26, 2020 4:01 pmMissed ya haha
Nice to be missed!

Going to have to do some serious updates on this thread, the old girl has gone through some changes!
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Re: Myst's LS-U dual cab build

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Bit of a teaser for what’s been going on!

New drawer system being made for the back

Six battery moved behind the rear seat

BCDC charger install

New driving lights

New work lights switching panel
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Nice job with the wiring although I thought you might have used bees wax string instead of cable ties :D
2014 LST Ash Beige. SMM Steel canopy, Outback Drawers, dual battery with 2 x 160W solar panels (keeps the beers nice and cold), 135L tank, TJM T15 alloy bar with Xray-vision LED lights, Dumbo Clearview Mirrors. The ultimate tow truck.
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Bob wrote: Tue Oct 27, 2020 12:59 pm Nice job with the wiring although I thought you might have used bees wax string instead of cable ties :D
Cant go past the old zip ties mate!!
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Re: Myst's LS-U dual cab build

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just ticked over 100,000km of worry-free driving in the Territory!

Some updates on the ute though - new drawer system, just need to complete the winglet covers and its done. Need to fab a new drop/ tilt slide for the fridge. Aux battery is now behind the rear seat, and just finishing off the wiring for that system, and have replaced the smart solenoid with a BCDC system from Redarc with solar input from a 120W panel permanently mounted to the roof. New switches installed for the LED work lights, and a bulkhead passthrough for the UHF installed.
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