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Life without der sPod ....

SUCKS!!!!

I helped a coworker wire up a couple sets of Hellas on his TJ. Just reminded how much easier and cleaner everything is with a sPod. That is all.



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Meh,not really something I have ever considered wanting.

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I helped a Bud of mine put some IPF lights in last night... well we ended up replacing the relay and switch in the factory wireing harness... S-Pod would have been so much easier.

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post #4 of 15 Old 12-20-2011, 06:16 PM
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I used every switch on my SPod, wish they had more. Great product.
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I'm seriously considering one before I go and cut a bunch of holes for various switches. I'm not very good electronically, but ok w tools. Is it really as easy as install, plug and play?

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I'm seriously considering one before I go and cut a bunch of holes for various switches. I'm not very good electronically, but ok w tools. Is it really as easy as install, plug and play?
You still need to know what you're doing.
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Spod ...One Of The Best Investments I Made ! Great Product
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I used every switch on my SPod, wish they had more. Great product.
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I'm seriously considering one before I go and cut a bunch of holes for various switches. I'm not very good electronically, but ok w tools. Is it really as easy as install, plug and play?
It's still a bitch getting that big ass wire through to the engine bay

31 jeeps in... still have issues
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You still need to know what you're doing.
Barely...it's pretty idiot proof. I am electrically dumb and this made everything a snap.

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It's still a bitch getting that big ass wire through to the engine bay
There's no less than three giant holes in the firewall; I've actually never worked on a vehicle that was easier
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There's no less than three giant holes in the firewall; I've actually never worked on a vehicle that was easier
Except when you have an orfab sport cage then your limited to the one hole you've already been stuffing wires though

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There's no less than three giant holes in the firewall; I've actually never worked on a vehicle that was easier
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Except when you have an orfab sport cage then your limited to the one hole you've already been stuffing wires though



The spod is a great product. There are BETTER products out there... and before people freak out i mean better as far as in their programability and flexibility. But the spod has the nicest "pod" on the inside of the jeep by far.

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