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Nice build.

I love the titanium wheels with the Eruption Green and the 37s look great too.

I have a similar Build.


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Nice! I agree about the titanium/green combo.


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I'm about ready to order the RC 9500 winch and mount. Anything I should know about the install? Anything tricky?
 
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I'm about ready to order the RC 9500 winch and mount. Anything I should know about the install? Anything tricky?
if you are using their winch it should be easy enough if you follow the directions . I had a larger winch and had to do some extra trimming of the sensor caps. Also the sensor wires weren’t long enough to stick out of the bumper holes like the instructions showed, so I ended up installing the sensor extension harnesses before re-installing the bumper to the frame. Oh and trimming the plastic bumper pieces was a little confusing. The instructions have u do it early on in the process, but I saved that step till last so I could better visualize what they were telling you to do, an actual install video would have helped there.
 

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if you are using their winch it should be easy enough if you follow the directions . I had a larger winch and had to do some extra trimming of the sensor caps. Also the sensor wires weren’t long enough to stick out of the bumper holes like the instructions showed, so I ended up installing the sensor extension harnesses before re-installing the bumper to the frame. Oh and trimming the plastic bumper pieces was a little confusing. The instructions have u do it early on in the process, but I saved that step till last so I could better visualize what they were telling you to do, an actual install video would have helped there.
Last question: Did you have to do anything to the ACC sensor?
 
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Last question: Did you have to do anything to the ACC sensor?
I have high, not lux, so it wasnt a consideration. The sensor is not blocked by the mount, but does sit above it. Does their website say if u should relocate the sensor?
 

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I have high, not lux, so it wasnt a consideration. The sensor is not blocked by the mount, but does sit above it. Does their website say if u should relocate the sensor?
It says no. Buuuuut....

Thank you for all the information. Just placed the order!
 
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It says no. Buuuuut....

Thank you for all the information. Just placed the order!
Keep us posted, I wondered about that myself… even though it didn’t effect me, ive got a number of folks who ask me for advice on these types of things so I’m curious if ACC is still fine. I suspect you’ll be good to go.
 

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those Havoc steps look good, and the $500 price point really is nice...but damn that foreign steel.
As someone who manufactures products both overseas and domestically, I approve this message.
 

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USB hooked to distribution block , hooked to Aux 6.

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You got a thread on this? Would love to see more details. I want to do this but looks like a huge headache.
 

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You got a thread on this? Would love to see more details. I want to do this but looks like a huge headache.
Sorry this was all I have for details. It’s pretty simple really, just found these distribution blocks on Amazon, hooked to aux wire in glovebox and ground in glovebox With a plug for easy removal. Mounted using @Mountains2Metal bracket. Allows me to much more easily add additional items such as amp trigger wires, cb, usb .. things that I want to turn on with the vehicle. The glovebox wire is tied to the aux6 wire in the engine bay and I just leave that switch always on. The USB wires are sometimes a pain to fish down through. I start by drilling a hole in the dash and putting a flashlight over it then u can look through the glovebox opening and see where there is light.. it does take some patience
 
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Sorry this was all I have for details. It’s pretty simple really, just found these distribution blocks on Amazon, hooked to aux wire in glovebox and ground in glovebox With a plug for easy removal. Mounted using @Mountains2Metal bracket. Allows me to much more easily add additional items such as amp trigger wires, cb, usb .. things that I want to turn on with the vehicle. The glovebox wire is tied to the aux6 wire in the engine bay and I just leave that switch always on. The USB wires are sometimes a pain to fish down through. I start by drilling a hole in the dash and putting a flashlight over it then u can look through the glovebox opening and see where there is light.. it does take some patience
Thanks for the info, I have not messed with the glove box wires yet, but was snooping around for something like this, I saw a brown and a white, are they both AUX? Or is the white just a ground extension? (not sure why they would do that with metal right there to ground to.) The only AUX I have used so far is under the hood where it seemed a bit more intuitive to hook up my lights.
 
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@BroncBuster body lift instaled, crash bars trimmed, inner fenders temporarily dealt with. Everything should clear well now.

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I know u haven’t had them long but how are the maxxis tires? Road noise and cam you feel the lugs at low speeds?
 
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I know u haven’t had them long but how are the maxxis tires? Road noise and cam you feel the lugs at low speeds?
Like any real mud tire, u can absolutely feel the lugs at under 5 mph or so. Road noise is pretty average for this type of tire. They balanced well and I’m happy with them so far, but mud terrain tires aren’t for everyone
 
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Thanks for the info, I have not messed with the glove box wires yet, but was snooping around for something like this, I saw a brown and a white, are they both AUX? Or is the white just a ground extension? (not sure why they would do that with metal right there to ground to.) The only AUX I have used so far is under the hood where it seemed a bit more intuitive to hook up my lights.
Both white and brown go into the engine bay and can be used to hook into any of the 6 aux wires there
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