First off, Any and all help/opinions will be much appreciated and I thank you all in advance for your time and patience with me!!!
Thanks to Phil D over at Trail duty, I can now begin the sickness that will empty my pockets and have my girlfriend mad at me for spending money on the Jeep instead of her. I'm happy with my choices
I recently purchased some items and I'm pretty sure I bit off more than I can chew with an install/wiring of;
ARB High output onboard air compressor and mounting bracket
(just using this for tire inflation when coming off the beach/camping, not off-roading just yet)
KC HiLiTES SlimLite 130W Super White Long Range - (already have the windshield mounting brackets)
Daystar Lower Dash Switch Panel and 4 switches
Also want to mount my Mag light charger somewhere in the vehicle
(I bought 4 seperate switches for the Daystar panel. 1 is for the windshield mounted lights and 1 for the compressor. That leaves me with two empty slots for other things I still can't afford, lightbar and winch for when I actually start off-roading)
I have ZERO experience in wiring, have no concept of grounding or amps, but I'm not a complete idiot, so I got that going for me.
I've had some great tips so far thru PM but I'm hoping I can get some more info. I just recently heard of a product (Thanks "Gears", Justin!) that should be very helpful, he mounted it above the driverside footwell. CirKit Boss from painless performance
So here's a few things, I am planning on doing all of this in a day or two(if that's even doable):
Safety tips? (disconnect battery first etc.)
Which item should I tackle first and how?
Anyone use the CirKit Boss?
I found a write-up (from the "other" site) that should help with the windshield mounted lights, but does the wiring of the other items affect that?
With all of these new electricty drawing items, do I NEED to upgrade my battery right now? (I explored the world of dual-batteries for a short time and thru some reading and tips figured an optima battery would be better)
Thank you all again. One day I'll be able to actually answer a question instead of just asking them