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10-18-2016 08:09 AM
Sender1 It's not the most ideal design but it's accessibly , waterproof, expandable and cheep.

Sender1,
design and fabricate
10-18-2016 06:49 AM
Sender1 Very clean looking, nice job. I added a second Panel for my switches,USB and 12v.

Sender1,
design and fabricate
10-17-2016 11:03 PM
Tom Schmitz
A handy spot for a switch

I was trying to figure out where I could mount a switch to control some auxiliary lights. Putting it on the dash was not desirable, as I wanted to have it where I could easily reach it.

As it turns out, there's room to install a small rocker switch right in the left switch cluster.











Tom

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