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04-24-2013 09:25 PM
ARB Help

Hello all,
I dont get on here much to write but use this sight more than most for great ideas and builds and the "been there done thats" to help me with my 98 TJ. Its lifted 6 inches on the chassis and 2 on the body and has just about every neat feature or add on that I will ever need to include my latest purchase of the sPOD system for all the lights etc. Which turns me to the question of my ARB lockers. I had every intention of wiring the new "adapter" up and be on the road, but the locker system I have is an older compressor that did not have the 4 prong plug. Instead it has 3, two prong plugs. So I have modified my goal and am now just going to run my additional compressor and all my lights on the sPOD and wire my ARB back the way it was with its original arb switches. Thus my delema. I can fly helicopters but when it comes to wiring, Im the court jester for sure. I have an old ARB system that is still wired to the switches but need help with the rest of it. I am going to try to post a pic but have them in case anyone could use a good laugh and talk me thru the complex operation of electrical brain surgery.
Thanks and great forum!!

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