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Old 22-07-21, 09:05 PM
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I hear ya buddy, I picked up a pair of 60mm Noctua fans too, for the PSUs. Even though I really should have double checked what fan is in the V2s PSU before I did that, DOH! I know I can replace the 60mm in the Meanwell PSU I bought for the E5+, but I have no clue what PSU is in the V2 yet. I'm trying NOT to take that apart too much, since it's the only working printer I have right now.

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Old 22-07-21, 10:10 PM
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Bought these things over a year ago, thankfully they all still appear to be relevant, LOL! Bigtree SKR 1.4 turbo /w 2209s:
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Old 03-08-21, 06:17 PM
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Printed these awhile back for my side-by-side:







The actual oem dome lights from Polaris were $70 each and not even LED so there was no way I was going to pay that much. They fit exactly where the oem lights go and are much brighter and at a fraction of the cost.

I was going to design something myself, but it already existed on thingiverse:

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3839203#Summary
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Old 03-08-21, 09:11 PM
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Side by sides are so much fun! I don't own one but driven them before and they are blast. Terrible turning radius though

It's crazy how much they charge for accessories though. Makes you think that's the only place they make money looking at the prices! Better option to rent sometimes
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Old 04-08-21, 08:06 AM
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Side by sides are so much fun! I don't own one but driven them before and they are blast. Terrible turning radius though

It's crazy how much they charge for accessories though. Makes you think that's the only place they make money looking at the prices! Better option to rent sometimes
What is a side-by-side?
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Old 04-08-21, 12:55 PM
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What is a side-by-side?
An off-road vehicle.
https://ranger.polaris.com/en-us/

They are fun, but definitely money pits. I've been looking to upgrade, but the one I want right now has a sticker price of $34k.
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So I decided to install the SKR 1.4 turbo in my Ender 5 Plus, and I think I goofed BIG time, because I'm seeing weird things, and I am too inexperienced with electrical crap to figure this out. So get this: if I heat my bed BY ITSELF, bed and bed alone, the printer pulls 585W out of the wall, continuously. Out of a 450W Meanwell PSU. So before I burn my house down, any idea where I went wrong on the wiring?
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Old 04-08-21, 03:36 PM
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An off-road vehicle.
https://ranger.polaris.com/en-us/

They are fun, but definitely money pits. I've been looking to upgrade, but the one I want right now has a sticker price of $34k.
As hmmblah stated an off-road vehicle

Basically purpose built for off-road only. Some people don't want to modify their actual trucks for off road, so they tow these on a trailer and use them for their off road adventures instead. Quite popular in the US.

They aren't really street legal I should add, you can make them so(I have driven street legal versions on the road before) but it's difficult and not everywhere allows it.
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As hmmblah stated an off-road vehicle

Basically purpose built for off-road only. Some people don't want to modify their actual trucks for off road, so they tow these on a trailer and use them for their off road adventures instead. Quite popular in the US.

They aren't really street legal I should add, you can make them so(I have driven street legal versions on the road before) but it's difficult and not everywhere allows it.
But how did it adopt the name side by side? what is the link with that and offroad.

I have always branded all such vehicles as "off road" or "4x4". First I had heard of side by side before. They do look super fun though! but those prices for a little fun on the "side" makes my hobbies look like pennies to maintain.
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But how did it adopt the name side by side? what is the link with that and offroad.

I have always branded all such vehicles as "off road" or "4x4". First I had heard of side by side before. They do look super fun though! but those prices for a little fun on the "side" makes my hobbies look like pennies to maintain.
The passenger sits next to you instead of behind you like on a 4-wheeler (quad).
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