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I back in everywhere I go including home and the shop....got tired of dragging a drop cord around to the front of the truck so I relocated it here. Pretty clean install. Looks a whole lot better (more factory) than putting it on the front bumper. I would have went with an Auto Eject but they tend to freeze up when moisture gets in them and it freezes.


 

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damn man.. thats a darn tootin idea there.. looks great too. i may consider that in the future. nice work
 

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damn man.. thats a darn tootin idea there.. looks great too. i may consider that in the future. nice work
Thanks man. :thumb

Forgot to mention supplies:

1 - Marinco 150bbi plug
1 - 12 Gauge 25' Drop cord to sacrifice (buy American Contractor from Lowes).
1 - Variety pack of black zip ties
1 - Roll of electrical tape
1 - Can of Liquid Electrical tape to seal all connections.
1 - 1 7/8" Hole Saw

I also bought 15' of split loom from local electric supply (Grey Bar) to cover drop cord to make it look factory. You don't have to do this...but I would.

1 Hour of your time. :gearjamin
 

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sweet.. thanks for the info
 

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That's a great idea! Everywhere I go I end up straight in but I like the way you did that.


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Pics I forgot to post...Under Hood:





 

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Neat!
 

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This is now on my list.
 

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Nice idea...in my case, my plug will terminate on the flatbed headache rack...:)
 
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