Looks like it would, but rather then have the lights ground side switched, i would put the switches on the HL wire, leave em off if you don't want them on with the headlights, and put them on if you want the headlights on.
It looks as if the wiring can handle the load too, after the fuse block. If there is a color coding on the fuse block feed, I would say that needs to be beefed up to atleast a 4 gauge wire (figure 5 sets of lights at 25 amps, + 1 set at 15 amps =140 amps, 4 gauge is rated at 150 amps).
Also, if you have all the lights on at the same time, say bye bye to your battery / alt, it won't be able to keep up with them, Look into dual batteries and an upgraded alternator.
Last edited by W1CKY; 01-14-2008 at 11:42 AM.