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Installing a 12v accessory socket

I will be updating this thread with pics of my work as I move along. I will be using a two prong waterproof and lockable socket so that it doesn't corrode or vibrate the connector out.
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I'm going to make it similar to this picture below
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Dunno, add more pictures later?
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Fantastic. Be sure to add a fuse close to the source

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