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post #1 of 17 Old 01-23-2012, 06:07 PM Thread Starter
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Is there any way to put after market switches on my jeep besides buying a daystar swicth panel?
I have Hella off-road lights and i dont know where to put the switch to turn the lights on. Any suggestions?
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post #2 of 17 Old 01-23-2012, 06:15 PM
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Is there any way to put after market switches on my jeep besides buying a daystar swicth panel?
I have Hella off-road lights and i dont know where to put the switch to turn the lights on. Any suggestions?
Could put some here. Under vent.

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HDH programable switch panel or the SPOD come to mind. How much you looking to spend? If none just drill a hole.

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Is it just me or are the switchs at different hights?

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Could put some here. Under vent.

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Lol ^^^

You can drill some holes and put in whatever you want. I have a set in the same spot, just watch out how low you go with the switches, my knees have bumped them a couple of times (I'm 6'1)

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Is it just me or are the switchs at different hights?
lol he must of had few too many beers during that install.

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sPod for the win...


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Lol ^^^

You can drill some holes and put in whatever you want. I have a set in the same spot, just watch out how low you go with the switches, my knees have bumped them a couple of times (I'm 6'1)

Pimp it out with some 12vGuy panels



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sPod for the win...
X2 on the sPod. I like the location of the switches.

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Lol ^^^

You can drill some holes and put in whatever you want. I have a set in the same spot, just watch out how low you go with the switches, my knees have bumped them a couple of times (I'm 6'1)

Pimp it out with some 12vGuy panels




I really like those switches. Where did you pick them up from? All ive found were the chrome handle toggles with the led.


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12voltguy.com jk 4-switch.

I've got the same ones. I'm 6'4 and have yet to hit them.
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12VoltGuy does great work.

He built this one for me and put the LED pilots below the switches cause I have short arms.

https://www.jkowners.com/forum/attach...1&d=1313522928

It is a clean & OE look.

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12VoltGuy does great work.

He built this one for me and put the LED pilots below the switches cause I have short arms.

https://www.jkowners.com/forum/attach...1&d=1313522928

It is a clean & OE look.
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Its already on JKO here:

https://www.jkowners.com/forum/attach...1&d=1306179510

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WiredHDH... I did a lazy install on it (you aren't supposed to see the cable) but it's cool!

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Winch controls by 12 Volt Guy



sPod controls the rest (I've got the new Contura V rockers on the way)


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