MRAP Buffalo Trainer

Trailblazer0506

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We installed piles of after market LEDs since we were needing better lights at night to see further forward and to the sides. However, there were 2 spot lights from the factory both controlled electronically inside for rotation and up & down; 1 at the front center of the roof and same in the rear.
 

fuzzytoaster

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I managed to break some time off to tend to the Buffalo today. My assistant and I replaced the coolant hoses that ran the length of the frame to the rear AC/heater unit then topped off the system. While doing that I did some electrical repairs and made some progress. We have 24v and 12v lighting but the dash cluster is still dead along with a few other basic M939 things. Other lighting was worked on and it seems like typical corrosion of grounds is causing most lights not to work (typical MV stuff, am I right?). Here's a few photos to share. I want to wash her SO bad!
 

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Mullaney

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Wow. Progress...

That really is a neat looking vehicle. I had saved earlier pictures that you posted. Added these pix to that collection.
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