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Well i finally got around to getting the steps on the sides took off. I cant begin to tell you how much better i like it already. Cant wait for the rest of the stuff now i just gotta get some money together. Oh is the best place to get the diff lock switch from Christo?
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Ohh yes and i have a very nice set of steps in the classifieds for a person in the area if you want to pic them up. Very cheap just come get them. All parts included.
 

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Very nice, I was please was with the look after removing the steps. Im assuming based on body cladding its a 95+ year? if so I think you can pick any Toyota hazard switch to work as the CDL button... if that is what you mean by diff lock switch.
 
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If your order the diff lock switch, it is plug and play. I'm not sure about other switches.

The OEM diff lock switch is a little pricey. I got mine from Slee. However, CDan might be able to get you a good price also.
 

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kirkagosto - So what switch are we talking here? Your sig line says you have the center diff switch? So you are looking for the rotary locking switch for the front/rear lockers??

ralphy's link pretty much is the jest of it for just the CDL switch and 7 pin mod.
 
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The hazard switch will work fine for the cdl switch. I went to the junk yard and got one off a 90s tercel for $2.50. You have to make a small cut in the plastic of the plug to make it fit in, but is VERY simple.
 

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