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Old 03-30-2011, 04:12 PM   #1
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Talking New Electric - All in One, with Pics

I have a 64, with the original Univolt (at least for mine - the fuses were in the switch box). Now, everything is in this great little box in the closet. I have plenty of clearance to allow the fan to cool, and in my rear bath, the top of this closet is actually open, so the heat will vent out the top.

I also installed a side mounted Furrion port. Sooo much easier than pulling my cable out of the bumper and putting it back.

I cut a small hole and fed everything through a desktop grommet. I just had to rip some 6/4 oak and build a frame for it to float in - and I just need a couple cable ties to keep the wiring out of view.

The first pics are some of the old systems. Now it's all in one box.
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Old 03-30-2011, 04:27 PM   #2
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Wow really nice job.
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