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    Another step foward Kev. Well done mate.


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    Looks nice mate , they easy to fit ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jo t4 View Post
    Looks nice mate , they easy to fit ?


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    Yeah they were fairly easy to fit, I just had too drill holes to mount the runners and tie backs , also the runners needed to be cut down ,a good quality kit by all accounts .

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    Finally all the parts turned up to finish of the leisure battery installation, I decided to locate the battery under the bonnet by the van battery , a company called T4mation supplied the tray ,they were very helpful too which is a bonus these days ,

    All other parts were sourced through eBay , I decided to make my own split charge kit as the kits supplied are too expensive for what you get imo .

    I bought a Durite split charge relay and all the associated wiring connectors and two trip switches separately as it worked out much cheaper , I also fitted a split voltage gauge so that I can monitor whatís going on whilst driving .

    Battery tray for leisure battery .






    Not the best of pics as it was getting dark .






    Split charge relay .





    Volt gauge ( reads a few volts out compared to the multimeter ) but at least Iíll have an idea if something isnít right .




    Voltage with engine at idling speed .






    Yep I know the cab area needs a clean


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    Top job Kev. Got a parts supplier list & breakdown with costs? Might help others.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Activ8 View Post
    Top job Kev. Got a parts supplier list & breakdown with costs? Might help others.....
    All on eBay Rob , just type in what your looking for , T4mation was the only company outside of eBay I used and the split charge relay is a Durite one once again bought through the well know auction site .

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    Looks a good install Kev, do like that dual volt metre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S49 View Post
    Looks a good install Kev, do like that dual volt metre.
    Thanks Si , Heres the link to the gauge

    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F153194774408
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