the only way to really do it is to get a "bright box" so it will keep the lows on as well as the highs (well in your case, just the lows). I wouldent put your off road lights on the multi switch you could burn it out, put it on an aux switch just to be on the safe side. My dayliters (100W) get the switch that came with them pretty hot i cant amagine adding them to my multi switch, especialy 130W's.
If you do get a bight box it will be a waste of money for what your trying to do... but it will work...
2004 Silver XLT 4X4
4.0L SOHC | 4.10's Open | 5spd Automatic
3" PA Body Lift| 265/75R16 BFG A/T's | James Duff Traction Bars
K&N Air Filter | Gibson Muffler
4x4's go off-road
SUV's go to the mall