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post #1 of 11 Old 02-21-2017, 02:50 PM Thread Starter
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I needed a place for a switch panel and with my upgrade to a better head unit I went with a single DIN leaving a little cubby that worked out great to put in a switch panel.



All connected to my relay box ready for more lights and Accessories.

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That looks great. Like a factory install. Where did you get the bezel?
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That looks great. Like a factory install. Where did you get the bezel?
I made the bezel with a piece of metal and some tabs welded to it and used Velcro to attach it to the side of the cubbie. A little bed liner and looks pretty much like it was there all along

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I needed a place for a switch panel and with my upgrade to a better head unit I went with a single DIN leaving a little cubby that worked out great to put in a switch panel.



All connected to my relay box ready for more lights and Accessories.

https://www.jkowners.com/forum/electr...ake-light.html

That looks awesome and cleancleanclean.
this gets my vote for "aesthetically pleasing modification award" of the day.
well f*cking done!
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That looks awesome and cleancleanclean.
this gets my vote for "aesthetically pleasing modification award" of the day.
well f*cking done!
Thanks

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That looks like it rolled off the factory floor like that. Good Job.

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Yea that looks great! My wife would love to have access to the driver controls lol!! I put mine on the apillar.


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Nicely done, on both jobs... Looking to do something similar but I'm faced with a "useless" panel below the climate controls. Were did y'all find those switches????

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Oznium.com is where I got mine.


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I love Oznium.com!!! They have some great options for lighting and the forums are pretty helpful if you are new to wiring.
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I love Oznium.com!!! They have some great options for lighting and the forums are pretty helpful if you are new to wiring.


Yes, I could go crazy on there now that I'm getting savy at wiring


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