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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 06-27-2009, 01:15 AM Thread Starter
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Aftermarket switch location

Here is a pics of some switches I installed on a buddies truck. I like the way they turned out.



this is a pic of the Air Zenith air pressure gauge for the bags and compressor. Has a switch to go between the too.


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Re: Aftermarket switch location

Looks sharp coope did he have the upfitter switches as well or is that why you did the custom switches?

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Re: Aftermarket switch location

By the looks of the dash its a 04 or lower, so no uplifters...

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Re: Aftermarket switch location

no upfitters, its a 99 model truck. He just wanted switches for the compressor, horns and air bags.

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no upfitters, its a 99 model truck. He just wanted switches for the compressor, horns and air bags.
Looks good man, great job!

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Re: Aftermarket switch location

thanks

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Looks good!
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Re: Aftermarket switch location

That is clean. Nice install.

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Re: Aftermarket switch location

A little off topic...but how does the dash come off...I'm thinking about doing something like this

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Re: Aftermarket switch location

Put your truck down in first gear if you have an auto. Take the little vent out on the side by the door. The whole dash just pops off. Plus for 4wd, headlights, and powerpoint. Then your dash is off. Seems worse than it is really easy once you do it once.


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