Switch Panel?

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by TJDIV, Jul 24, 2005.

  1. TJDIV

    TJDIV Back in The U.P.

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    Before I go drilling and killing the dash........ :censor:

    wondering what kind of switch panels people have used and like. There are, oh, say 1.76 million options. I just don't like the idea of strategically placing every little switch. One panel and done seems about right.

    Ideas? Pics?

    Thanks.


    Tom IV
     
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    Overhaed panel mounted to rollcage with hoseclips.
    No drilling required.
    I have my locker/light switches there - easy to get at quickly!
     
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    if youre not using the ash tray, pull it out and put them in there. Or get a small piece of angle, drill holes in it and put them in there, bolted to the underside lip of the dash.

    -Dustin
     
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    I'm using a Moroso switch panel in the space for the radio. It fits well, has 5 switches, and there was no need to do any cutting.
     
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    Check the tech section here as well - Rick Alexander came up with a decent solution which uses the radio slot (if empty).
     
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    Hey now I like some of that stuff.

    Thanks.
     
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