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Old 11-07-2011, 08:47 PM
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Here's a Custom Switch panel i made. i'm gonna try to do a DIY write up on it but i wanted to share it and see what you all thought about it. i have 6 switches installed. i use four of them for my emergency strobes and LED's. one for m lights on my bull bar and one for my remote wire to my amp. that way if i want to run my radio with out the subs while my truck is switched off( so it doesn't kill my batt.) so anyways let me know what you think.

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Pretty cool man. I would do that, but I use that compartment too much to put switches there.
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thanks man. it was one of those things where i had to weigh my options but i needed to many switches for anywhere else. ill get some good pics up soon. all the switches have blue LED's. I thank they will look great once i do my Dash Conversion to LED's.
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That's a nice, clean install!

Isn't that the location of a cubby on the early 3rd gen trucks?
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Nice clean install. I like it.

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Pretty cool man. I would do that, but I use that compartment too much to put switches there.
I was thinking the same thing. I would do it in the one under the radio if I wasn't going to a double DIN setup.

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Isn't that the location of a cubby on the early 3rd gen trucks?
Yeah it's the one I use for my smart phone.
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Isn't that the location of a cubby on the early 3rd gen trucks?
Yep thats where the cubby hole was. I wasnt to worried about using the space because its in inticipation of a center console build. I definently wanted them accesible and quick on and off for runing fire calls.
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That turned out pretty nice! Yeah, I use my cubby WAY too much to sacrifice it to switches. That's why I put my switches in the overhead computer in my last Ram.

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That looks nice. Thats a great option if you dont need more then 3 switches. Good job.
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These are great ideas especially the overhead mounting. Was it a huge pain to get the wires run to there?
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For those of you that are thinking about replacing your center dash bezel, there is a guy makes some nice ones
i believe most of his stuff is for the Ram 2002 - 2008

http://www.youtube.com/results?searc...eedahoe&page=1
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