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    Nice job 🤙


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    Very nice. A touch of luxury. That last pic looks very inviting -

    Fancy posting the eBay link for others to upgrade to?
    What did you bond it with?
    Any prep required?
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    I just wiped clean the back panels.as the front headliner has a layer of foam I made sure there was a good layer of glue on both cloth and surface and made sure there’s plenty of overlap to start with..harder to get wrinkle free with the foam on.Trim fix contact adhesive i’ve found to be the best i’ve used.Not sure how to post a link active but here’s the item no.Click image for larger version. 

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    I like the interior roof panels , different to the normal carpet

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    Got a twin usb/blanking plate fitting from www.coolcamperhire.com.comes with wiring and inline fuse for £11.99.Thought that was good value seeing as a blanking plate is £8.95 off eBay.Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	12690Wired it in using an ignition live source,same as my rear usb’s as I haven’t got a split charge system,tested it on my boys busted screen I phone as I didn’t want to blow up my phone and happy days.Comes on/off with ignition and looks neat and tidy in the dash.Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	12691Another little job done for a bit more practicality inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagles02 View Post
    Got a twin usb/blanking plate fitting from www.coolcamperhire.com.comes with wiring and inline fuse for £11.99.Thought that was good value seeing as a blanking plate is £8.95 off eBay.Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	12690Wired it in using an ignition live source,same as my rear usbís as I havenít got a split charge system,tested it on my boys busted screen I phone as I didnít want to blow up my phone and happy days.Comes on/off with ignition and looks neat and tidy in the dash.Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	12691Another little job done for a bit more practicality inside.
    Nice job. What's the website? www.coolcamperhire.com is for hiring campers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 888_special View Post
    Nice job. What's the website? www.coolcamperhire.com is for hiring campers.

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    Yes it is mate,but they also have a shop.Go to their menu icon and then select shop on the listing and bobs yr uncle.

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    Do you know the Ampage of the two ports Eagles?
    Do you need an ashtray unit?

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    1amp at a 12v source apparently.I’m a dunce and very much learning when it comes to electric,but if my info’s right it’s okay for phones.Well,it didn’t blow my boys phone up anyway.lol..I don’t need an ash tray unit.Took a photo before putting it back.Should of actually cleaned it all as it does look dusty.

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    Good to know. Cheers. 1A is a slow charge with newer phones needing 2A and the latest requiring 3 Amps. When there's 2 ports one might be 1A the other 2A. The 1A ports may often not charge quickly enough for the drain used by apps like GPS , Maps etc..
    Quote Originally Posted by Eagles02 View Post
    1amp at a 12v source apparently.Iím a dunce and very much learning when it comes to electric,but if my infoís right itís okay for phones.Well,it didnít blow my boys phone up anyway.lol..I donít need an ash tray unit.Took a photo before putting it back.Should of actually cleaned it all as it does look dusty.

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