August 2016

I’ve always wanted dual or quad batteries in my truck because I wanted to run an inverter for miscellaneous tools while not having power. Took a while to buy these items separately but I finally did! I installed them under the passenger side with a battery support bracket all welded up. It’s held on with two 9/16″ grade 8 bolts (i reused my spring u-bolts) bolted to the frame. It doesn’t hang that low  and probably won’t hit the ground (i’m no rock climber so I don’t have to worry too much). So far, looks good! Toyota Tundra Dual / QUAD Batteries FINALLY.

Exhaust had to be modified at the muffler shop. Turned out great! Now all I need is an inverter (expensive).

12v=60% drain – NEVER Drain below 12V
11.7v=50% remaining
12.9 x 7.7 x 10.7 inches
26.5 x 8 3/8 x 12 1/4 batteries on 6.5″ side
 Dimensions: 12 1/4 x 6 5/8 x 8 3/8

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I have a hydraulic dump trailer and it’s a single acting hydraulic cylinder (Hydraulic up and gravity down) – 3 wire hydraulic pump control. I was at the city dump and was dumping wood that can be burned. They sent me into a building where I can dump my trash to be burned. Inside is dark and the floors are extremely dirty – slushy filth rather. If I didn’t have floor mats – my truck would still smell like the dump. I figured next time when I come to dump, I would have a wireless remote so I could dump while in the cab.

I ordered Tuff Stuff Wireless Winch Remote Control Kit from amazon. I also ordered another relay to power the pump. Relay is to the right. I need to mount the box outside so I can get better reception. Works good so far!

Here is the setup:
-Red is power
-Blk ground
-Yellow down to solenoid
-White up – connected to the top of new relay to turn on the motor.

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