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Old 04-15-2012, 01:05 PM   #1
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Well I just can't leave well enough alone I guess LOL Our 2012 CT29RLX Cruiser came with Electric Stabilizer on front & back and they are the slowest darn things that I ever saw . You have

to stand there holding the switch forever ! I took off the 12 DC.motors and have been using my

19 v dc drill to run them up and down but that meant having to carry a charger and heavy drill . What I have Now done is install 110 v ac receptacles in the front pass through on each side and one on the driver side near the back corner so I can just plug the AC 1/2 dill and run them up &down realquick thereare 110 plug in's on each side of the bed right over the pass through so I was able to feed the wire down through the wall and install receptacles.

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Old 04-15-2012, 01:23 PM   #2
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Thanks Tim!
These new battery drills are amazing. I just bought a 18 volt impact drill for emergency tire changes and during my test that beast took the lugs off my Dodge easily.
Now my new project list just got longer.......LOL
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Your welcome Michael LOL For some reasonour Cruiseronly came with one 110 AC on the outside by the door and I needed it on the other side and dragging an extension cord under and around Hmmm ? NOT !!! I bought a very cheap /light weight 1/2 drill at Harbor Freight so as not to carry my good stuff in-case I forget and leave it someplace .LOL

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Cool, good mod, been thinking of adding receptacles my self, need one in the front storage bin to plug in my compressor, etc .....

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yea Ruck what I started thinking of this was for the battery charger for the 19 VDC drill so I could run the Stabilizers with that but after thinking about how heavy the drill & charger were I just went one step further i Guess .

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