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Old 01-13-2012, 12:13 PM
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Hey, did you ever do your DIY write up to the switch panel?

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I have not yet. Unfortunately i got very busy at work and i have been distracted from my hobbies but if you have any specific questions i would be happy to answer them to the best of my ability. you could email me at chris.narron@gmail.com
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I went ahead and ordered some switch panels off the internet. They turned out nice the off road light switch went behind the blinker lever on the dash and the other panel for my driving lights, fog lights and backup lights went where the cig lighter was.

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Or just drill holes and get switches to match dash YAAAAA its crooked but it was not finished believe me they are straight now.




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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.

This looks great! Its exactly what I am wanting to do on my 03.
Do you have any more pictures of this install? Can you tell me what brand switches they are?

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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.



that looks awesome. I think i may borrow this idea, Did you run full power through these are do you have these controlling relays that control the power to your accessories?
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Hey RedneckRam guy, I saw your overhead aux switches post on this forum. Where did you get those switches that fit perfectly into the overhead computer console I have an 2004 Ram 2500? What brand are they? Thank you in advance.
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