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you drove to the crapper pegleg
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that place is super greasy with a bit of rain, just walking around at the must i grew about two foot just getting from the swag to the loo haha
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thats the area we set up the muster challenge/funkhana last year. Great property.
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If you are going to put a 12v socket in the tub, make sure you connect it to the battery directly. Reason being the nav has a smart alternator, it you connect it any other way the ark pak wont charge. Oh remember the 30w panel does not always put out 1.6amp per hr, it depends on the amount of sunlight, hence why i charge it the two ways. Both set ups cost around $85 ea.
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Doh 5050 led light, not 550 :)
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