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Aux switching?

I'm going to have the 12volt guy make a switch panel for me. And I'm going to use the sPod source for the relays and fuses. In order to have all switching necessary for now and the future, I'd like to ask everyone what they have aux switched?

Thanks in advance for your input.

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winshieled lights, but i just got a radio shack switch on my a pillar. its pretty sick
ima get some rock lights wire those up to the bottom switch
i actually got a pic

i now run them rotated both 90 degrees to the right, with the red led inside

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Why don't you use the complete spod system? the switch panel is very nice.

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on my sPod im running
rock lights
front locker
rear locker


on my 12volt guy im running

Winch power
winch control
windshield lights
rock lights
cb
air compressor
12 volt power outlet

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On my sPOD and Source I have two front lights, rear lights, rock lights, air compressor and CB. sPOD and source is the way to go. Looks factory and real real easy to install and all the wires are loomed together in a very heavy duty loom.
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winch controls
compressor
front locker
rear locker
esp control on/off
rock lights

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Why don't you use the complete spod system? the switch panel is very nice.
I have the sPod. I'm going to run an overhead light bar, windshield lights, fog/bumber light, Air Gauge, ARB compressor, F/Locker & R/Locker.

But I need more switching. I also have rear bumper lights and rock lights. In addition I want to run in cab control of my PowerPlant in & out as well as
compressor on/off. Also there's Future plans for a auxillary gas tank pump, fridge, fan, rear power, CB, and three other aux switching.
Here's a rough drawing of what I'm thinking of 12volt guy building for me.



Then the plan is to use two more sPod source units for the relays and fuses.
Any ideas on where to mount the two other sPod source units?

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Why don't you use the complete spod system? the switch panel is very nice.
Could not agree more. The switches are easy to install and close at hand. Unless you have a roll cage blocking use of the sPod switches.

I have ARB pump, front and rear locker, bumper spot lights (let there be light), and my winch controls. I may move the winch control to the dash if I add rear lights or a larger on board air system.

I posted before reading to the end of the thread. I see your problem. You are a switchaholic. I'd place a Source somewhere near where you intend to mount things. You mount three Source systems and John will be your friend for life. You order three source systems and he may be able to stack three switch boxes down a center overhead bar. You should have one switch for your switches. You could add auxiliary lights to the switch boxes and switch them, too. Just having a little fun at your expense. Let Freedom Of Jeep ring. Make it your own!!!

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Could not agree more. The switches are easy to install and close at hand. Unless you have a roll cage blocking use of the sPod switches.

I have ARB pump, front and rear locker, bumper spot lights (let there be light), and my winch controls. I may move the winch control to the dash if I add rear lights or a larger on board air system.
I already have one sPod. I need more switching.

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We were both typing at once. See previous post.

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on my sPod im running
rock lights
front locker
rear locker


on my 12volt guy im running

Winch power
winch control
windshield lights
rock lights
cb
air compressor
12 volt power outlet
Don't you have a Rubicon with electric lockers and a switch standard???


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Don't you have a Rubicon with electric lockers and a switch standard???
yes sir i do but i cant lock them in 2wd or 4hi unless they are ran off the spod :thefi nger:

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sick switchaholics anonymous

i have a 1 min switch
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post #18 of 24 Old 12-16-2009, 07:43 AM
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You guy's are sick!

There probably is help for you all somewhere!
Have you guys seen this thread?
Talk about switch crazy! Any ways, the last post is my bud's dash..only lightly switched
http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showt...415056&page=10


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The 12v guy does fantastic work

I just did this before he was popular

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Current
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Driving Lights
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Inverter (Future)
Winch/Booster Power Interrupt

Future Plans/Intentions
Secondary Spots (Roof)
Fridge
Rock Lights
Aux. Rear Lights
CB

Was thinking about going with another "The Source" as well and crafting my own center console panel, (currently in progress minus switches of course & patent pending).
Thoughts?











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Kinda blocks your vison out to the corner doesn't it?

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Kinda blocks your vison out to the corner doesn't it?
Actually it doesn't...optical illusion and/or poor camera work.
However this was version 1.0. pictures.
I have been able to lower the overall height around an 1".
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I have the sPod. I'm going to run an overhead light bar, windshield lights, fog/bumber light, Air Gauge, ARB compressor, F/Locker & R/Locker.

But I need more switching. I also have rear bumper lights and rock lights. In addition I want to run in cab control of my PowerPlant in & out as well as
compressor on/off. Also there's Future plans for a auxillary gas tank pump, fridge, fan, rear power, CB, and three other aux switching.
Here's a rough drawing of what I'm thinking of 12volt guy building for me.



Then the plan is to use two more sPod source units for the relays and fuses.
Any ideas on where to mount the two other sPod source units?
I shot you an email, it will all fit
Sorry I have been so busy trying to get everything I could made & shipped in time for Xmas
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I shot you an email, it will all fit
Sorry I have been so busy trying to get everything I could made & shipped in time for Xmas
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I like that setup! Would it be possible to delete the shroud with the esp, hazards and 12v outlet? Could you add all of those things to the accessory switch panel? That way the panel goes right below the air condition controls and you can add more switches. I think that you be pretty sweet if you could build me something like that!
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