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    Knows a Thing or Two ddays v2's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by JTCO View Post
    Hoping to wire up an inverter and the fridge this weekend.

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    I need to do this on my JK. What all have you run off of that inverter? I remember you saying you use a coffee pot. How about any corded tools or battery chargers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddays v2 View Post
    I need to do this on my JK. What all have you run off of that inverter? I remember you saying you use a coffee pot. How about any corded tools or battery chargers?
    Appears to be the exact same inverter as the other Jeep but company name has changed and I couldn't find a blue one. I've run a small coffee pot, power tools, and charged electronics with it. Same plan for the JT.

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    Got the inverter wired today.

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    I just ziptied the circuit breaker to the battery cover. Beats drilling new holes or finding out where to put it under this hood with no fucking room anywhere.

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    Ran wires above the frame and found a drain plug under the carpet under the back seat. I could have cut the carpet cleaner but I didn't.

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    ARB fridge wired up as well and found a perfect spot for the receptacle in in the bed.

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    Nice install. I don't understand the battery covers
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddays v2 View Post
    Nice install. I don't understand the battery covers
    Thanks. Me too. I've seen battery blankets for cooler weather but I think this OEM thing is just for looks.
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    Nice install man!

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    Just an update. Went on a 1000 mile road trip with snow and rain the entire time and everything in the bed stayed dry. I found a couple of quarter-sized puddles in a couple spots near the bed edges but nothing concerning at all. Pretty happy with this tonneau cover even though it isn't designed to be waterproof.
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