This is my new switch panel. Thought it turned out quite nice. This is for my "new" items (those will find out later). These pictures also show the stock warning lights. One for each exterior light, low fuel, and low washer fluid.
And some pictures of my new electrical console. This will house a 12 circuit fuse panel. I am going to finish wiring it tomorrow.
i get all my electrical stuff (minus wire ends) from www.genuinedealz.com . They have fast shipping and always have the stuff I order in stock. I really like those switches. I am going to get little decals made up to indicate which light each switch operates.
Well I got my new light bar installed today. Thanks to Fusion for swapping me lights. I have been looking for one of these lights bars for about 7 years. Fusion had one brand new that he sold to me. These were discontinued in the mid '90s. I love these things.
It has 8 55w lights in the front, 4 55w lights in the rear, and 1 55w light on each side.
I also upgraded my alternator to run this light bar to a 200A PowerMaster alternator. I had to make a custom upper bracket for it to fit correctly. I will post pictures of it tomorrow.
Hopefully I will have light up shots of the light bar tomorrow night!
Man, you are RACING ahead with this build up. Fast work and it looks great. I also really like the BII and the interior is nice because it's uncluttered and in straight lines which gives you a lot of opportunity to mount aftermarket stuff like switches, radios, and so forth.
I got my spare tire carrier and spare tire mounted last night. Here are those pictures:
Here is my new PowerMaster 200A alternator. The testing tag on this says it makes 140A at 1,200 rpm and 200A at 4,000 rpm. It powers ALL the lights without question. As you can see in the pictures, I had to make an upper bracket extention. The case is larger so the mounting ear was moved to the top. I ran 2AWG power wire to the battery side of the starter soleinoid. At idel she produces 14.65v.
I got the relay's and the wiring done for the light bar. This center console makes a nice little electrical box. I supplied the aux fuse block with a 150A circuit breaker.
I got the TrailBlazer wiring into the cab the best way I knew how without cutting a hold in the cab. It doesn't look bad IMO.
Here is some random pictures I took after I was done today. This was in the side yard of my house.
This is the cover that came with all the TrailBlazer light bars. I think it looks good on and off. I will probably leave it off until I go to a show.
I will post up some pictures later tonight or tomorrow with the lights on at night.