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New TRD Taco Owner (Northern CO): Wiring ?(s)

Discussion in 'Colorado' started by Freeskier11, Oct 10, 2012.

  1. Freeskier11

    Freeskier11 [OP] Member

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    Brett
    Northern CO
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    Hello CO Tacos!

    I've been running a dual sport around our awesome state for the last ten years....recently got married and with that bought a Taco so we can run trails/camp together. I tell you what, for my first off road vehicle these Tacos are quite capable & loads of fun. I was hoping to get some advice/possibly help through a MOD day or beer bribe to a wiring guru. :)

    My lady was a college athlete diagnosed and found to be insulin dependent just a few yrs ago. We do a number of trips and need the ability to keep her medication refrigerated....I would like to get help wiring up a dual battery system, direct wire an ARB Fridge, wire up a fuse box off the dual battery to run my already installed lights and a host of other crap. :)
    I would also like to do the 400W anytime and the fog anytime wiring mods.

    This is probably quite easy to do for some folks on here...anyone interested in being bribed with booze? Or suggestions?

    Thanks for your time,
    Brett
     
  2. Dcpsychobilly

    Dcpsychobilly Well-Known Member

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    Aurora Colorado
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    04 dbl cab Taco
    Bumpers, skids, lights, cb, trail gear sliders, front lift adj bilsteins, dakar lift leaf springs rear, smittybilt seat covers
    How far up north are you, and welcome to TW
     
  3. Freeskier11

    Freeskier11 [OP] Member

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    Thanks, it's a great site and I spend entirely too much time lurking around. :)

    I'm just up in Windsor.
    Brett
     
  4. Dcpsychobilly

    Dcpsychobilly Well-Known Member

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    04 dbl cab Taco
    Bumpers, skids, lights, cb, trail gear sliders, front lift adj bilsteins, dakar lift leaf springs rear, smittybilt seat covers
    Hmm I'd help you do any wiring you need done. I'm a bit south, I think there must be a more local tw member to help get this done sooner.
    I actually thought about doing that (fridge install) at one point, I was insulin dependent also.
    Post on the co b.s thread a local to you must be able to help you.
     
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