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That plug should work fine if you're using the existing camera.  Recommend you go for 122446855152 if you're adding a new camera (that has to be powered).
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Most people I know drive well over the 80klm and none of them have had an issue with them coming off.   

As to the reply of all FJs have scratches - well I had full paint correction and glass coating done and there is not a swirl mark on the panels (black paint) and the coating has protected it incredibly well and I want to keep it that way so the Rhino’s will be good insurance.  Some of my fellow FJers even leave them on around town to protect the panels from shopping centre “dings”

It’s all a matter of pride in your vehicle I guess.
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I just read this in their site, copied and pasted:

"Rhinohide is rated for off-road use at wind speeds not exceeding 80kmph, any on-road use is at the customer’s own risk"

That does make it pretty useless to me as I need to drive to my 4x4 spot 100% of the time at speed over the 80 km/h.

I have mine on my FJ all the time! I have driven from perth to Broome and back with them one travelling 110km/hr and in some case 120km/hr. I have never had an issue with the panels, they are designed to hold up off road but for legal reason s main for the US market it need to stated its advise for offroad use. Trust me when i said it will withstand more then the stated 80km/hr rating.

Many Perth Fj member have then and i run event on a monthly bases. all of them Love there FJ and have the confidents to go do track them wouldn't if they didn't have rhinohide.

LOVE RHINOHIDE and highly recommend them





 
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Interior / Re: Fridge Platform to replace large rear seat base
« Last post by sndstrm on Yesterday at 23:42 »
Have built one of these, got a 100mm m8 countersunk bolt for the rear fixing - still doesn't reach! I wonder what length I need?! Thanks very much for the design Kathy
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W.A. / Re: What do you consider the PERFECT camp set up?
« Last post by RedFJC on Yesterday at 21:51 »
I got mine second hand at an absolute steal.  No way could I afford the $60k they ask for a new one

I also don’t think I could justify spending more money on a camper then I did on the entire vehicle towing it..
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They work just fine .
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VIC / Canning Stock Route North/South via Alice Springs
« Last post by Neil Watts on Yesterday at 21:28 »
So......... after a relatively short discussion with a mate the other day, from little things big things grow!
Looking at traveling from Melbourne Via Yulara, Alice Springs and onto Halls Creek, then home via the CSR.

This trip is very much in its infancy stages but anticipate leaving Melbourne on or around the start of May 2018.
I will not be rushing and at this stage we are looking at a window of 6 weeks to be back in Melbourne. Early plans have allowed a weeks transit to Halls Creek and the suggested 20 - 22 days to complete the CSR, this gives us some room for road closures. A meeting time can be arranged at Halls Creek for those on a tighter time line, this trip is primarily open to all VIC member until the end of Jan 2018, it will then be opened up to all states.

For everyone else if there is an overwhelming interest then I will open it up for discussion through PM.

Sincere apologies if I have left anything out and hope that I've got the registration parameters right.
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W.A. / Re: What do you consider the PERFECT camp set up?
« Last post by Daunted on Yesterday at 17:50 »
I want a Tvan so bad  :smitten:

I got mine second hand at an absolute steal.  No way could I afford the $60k they ask for a new one
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W.A. / Re: What do you consider the PERFECT camp set up?
« Last post by Shaun on Yesterday at 17:47 »
I want a Tvan so bad  :smitten:
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W.A. / Re: What do you consider the PERFECT camp set up?
« Last post by Daunted on Yesterday at 17:39 »
For me travelling by myself the Tvan is the goods.  Pull up anywhere and open the back, spend 2 minutes putting up the insect screen and jump into bed.  If I want more space then it’s about 10 minutes all up to fully set up.  That’s for travels with the wife and 2 kids.
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