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Haven't had time to build my low profile roof rack yet. Really hoping too soon. But what's little that can be done next?
 

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If you still have the lower air dam, you could cut it down and reinstall it.
Here is the thread on how I did mine.
 

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gas struts for the Hood, LED interior lighting, door sill step plates (hides the scratches), USB charging socket,
 

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All great ideas thanks guys! I guess I should've clarified more in my original post but I'm mostly into exterior offroad modifications. Any ideas along those lines?
 

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I forgot about the "Switch" Mod. Very fun to have and handy too.
Thanks for posting the link Nitrogen.
 

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I would love to do Thay but holy Lord that looks complicated! I'm going to do a whole lot of research and read that about a million times before I even thing to attempt it. Luckily my uncle is great with automotive wiring so I'm sure he could jump in. Thanks guys!
 

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If you look closely at the diagram I made in the first post and break it down into smaller pieces; TIPM fuse posts &external fuse[yellow], inline fuse[red], switch[black] wires, it makes it easier to follow.
There are actually only 2 circuits:
#1 circuit is the TIPM fuse posts, external fuse[yellow] and relay.
#2 circuit is battery +, the inline fuse[red], relay, switch[black], and battery -.
 
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