Here's the link. I must warn that it's not a simple drop-in. There's soldering involved and mounting stuff that's not meant to fit together.I used a plain LED circuit board clock from eBay.
Do you have a link for this clock? It looks like it fit really well. I would be interested on the cabin temperature feature.
That's pretty cool. I really wanted to use the stock mounting locations though. I love how your Rav looks. I'm catching up though!I gotta say, I love how they make the sporty look of the Rav really pop. They're a little close together to be very useful, but hopefully one day I'll get a proper bull bar that I can mount an extension on.
I've got some non oem racks that I can fit farther apart, provides a bit more stability.
It keeps the accessories I've installed from draining the main battery by breaking the circuit when the main battery's voltage drops below a certain level. For example, today I had the Rav parked in front of the Celica while I did the timing belt, using the Rav's boot as a workbench. I ran the stereo (including amplifier) in the Rav for about six hours without worrying about draining the battery. The alarm is also a constant drain when the car isn't running, and I'll be installing a dash cam. It will also help when I run a winch in future.Here's the dual battery setup. I used a battery isolating voltage sensitive relay from ABR Sidewinder, 4ga cables and a 22ah deep cycle battery.
Why did you installed dual battery? What would be the advantage on that? Is that more like a back up?
Yeah, I'm really pleased I found one. I have plans to use the receiver hitch as the base for a hammock stand similar to the picture below. The guy I bought the roof racks from has one for sale for $200AUD (Cowra NSW). He's a really nice bloke and would probably ship at your expense even though his ad says he won't ship. Tell him the bloke who bought his roof racks sent you.Also pictured is the new tow bar.
With the receiver model... nice. I was looking for one of those. Could never find in NZ one that cost less than a million dolars.
I got my towbar for $60 on a recent trip to Sydney
I can't find the link you're talking about, but yeah, I plan to use Bully Liner. They have a Burnt Red colour that looks pretty close to your colour. Or maybe not?I was going to show you the link I posted here awhile ago about truck bed liner but I noticed you commented on there...
I was wondering if I can paint over the bed liner. I dont quite like the finish look of bed liners so I was wondering if I could just spray over the bed liner. Some dark red color, closer to the original red.
U-Pol Raptor has a tintable kit that you could mix up to be the same colour as your car. I'm seriously considering this.
Here's a good comparison of BullyLiner and Raptor