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post #1 of 8 Old 09-20-2008, 10:01 AM Thread Starter
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Short of space, need ur ideas...

Considering the Rear and Front elocker override switches, windshield lights, hood bar lights, bumper lights, reverse/offroad lights, etc,,,,,,

I am not able to locate reasonably reachable and visible location on the JK Rubicon dashboard/console area for all those rocker/power switches.....


Your ideas are welcomed and much appreciated.
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post #2 of 8 Old 09-20-2008, 10:37 AM
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I have an SPOD and i love it. If you do a search on the other board, you will find that while it is expensive at around $400, the customer service, ease of installation, and how clean it looks is well worth in the money in my opinion.

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Thanks Chuck,

Will google the SPOD and see how does it look like and who can supply to intl. customers.
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You might also check Daystar. I've been looking at getting something myself and found a 4 switch set on Quadratec. Made by daystar. The box is 29.99, but you have to buy each switch individually as well, but they're only 13 a piece. Still cheaper then the other set up, but I don't know much about either, just thought I'd share!

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Thanks Swinge86,

I have just found the daystar solution with four switches on quadratec and also on some eBay stores... It solves the 4 switch requirement...

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Be cautous with the daystar toggle switch mount. If you have a stick shift (manual tranny) It is a very poor design. You will regret it. They make good products, just very poor design

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I have the Daystar Lower Dash Panel (no problems with an auto) and switches from OTRATTW. It works very well for me.

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Thanks Swinge86,

I have just found the daystar solution with four switches on quadratec and also on some eBay stores... It solves the 4 switch requirement...

Cheers
Anytime khaiwi!

Might want to be careful if you have a standard with that switch set-up though... people have been saying that the rubber boot hits the switches... if you're auto, you're fine.

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