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Old 01-29-2007
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hopefully they are not BS'ing you! post up pictures when you get them....
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Oh wow...for me he used the ice storms causing power lines to be down, plus PO being closed..etc..etc...now he's using domain issues. What a tool.
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I've had two great experiences from this guy, but anyway...check out this website, this is where I get my mounting plates and some otehr switches....

http://purplecranium.com/wsm/c-72_rocker_switches.html
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27 days later. . .



The 4x4 switch is for the 'brown wire mod' for my girlfriends 97 explorer, to disable the auto 4x4.
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The 4x4 switch is for the 'brown wire mod' for my girlfriends 97 explorer, to disable the auto 4x4.
those look nice......not nice enough to wait a month for!
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Nice but definately not worth the wait. lol
Oh well I'm not 100% sure on how I will mount them yet anyway and what I'll be doing with some of my wiring anyway. I have (sort of) plans on picking up a power distribution box from a ranger/explorer at the junkyard and ditching all of the wiring. This way I'll have an addition box under the hood with places for fuses and relays. I can take a section of wiring harness (or make my own) with 12+ color coded wires and put it all together the way I want.
The lights I'm going to set up so the top position will be on when the parking lights are on, center off, bottom position will be on with high beams. This way I can flip the highbeams on and have highs, fogs, and long range lights if I chose.
The compressor switch will probably just be go to a relay, then a quick disconnect plug in the bed, I think I talked myself out of hardwiring the compressor and a tank.
The battery switch will most likely be used to select how I want the stereo, amatuer radio, and 12v plugs to be powered. Top will be on with ignition, bottom will be on all the time.
I'm thinking of making a metal case for the switches and mounting it right below the heater controls, on the dash. Probably won't do any of it until it warms up outside a bit though!
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