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    • All mounted up, and the plug for the controller is installed.  I went a little different with the plug for the controller. I'm mounting the contactor under the hood, so the box won't be on the motor with the original plug. I figured where I put it, it would be pretty safe from stuff hitting it, and from road spray.
    • I guess that means you don’t have to lift it any higher!  Lol
    • I have a Titan and absolutely love it! I've had it on rallies, to Newfoundland and to Quebec.  Like Tom already mentioned just drive them all.  Quality wise I find Nissan is right up there if not better than a lot of the others.  I have a PRO 4X and went to Antigonish this weekend, averaged 11L/100km. Up and back I used about half a tank and still have 400kms till empty (according to the onboard computer), my best mileage so far was in the 10L/100km range.   Overall I'm extremely happy with it thus far.
    • Oh, and here's a sneak peak of it on the Jeep.   
    • She's all welded up, and the fist coat of bedliner has been sprayed on it.   
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