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Unread 05-05-2013, 07:27 PM   #11
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when i look at large photo it looks like left of key you have room for a few switches

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Unread 05-05-2013, 07:43 PM   #12
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I am feeling like I am going to have to find an alternative location away from the dash. I would like a sharp and clean looking control panel.
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I am a little nervous because I purchased a carbon fiber dash. I have never cut into anything like that and I am afraid to ruin it.

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I understand your trepidation but go for it. I thought about it for a couple of days then jumped right in. I used a jig saw, standard drill bits and a dremel. I taped over the area I wanted to cut/drill and marked the cuts on the tape. If cutting out a square or box for a switch panel or similar drill holes in the corners to avoid a crack starting there either by stress from the saw or from daily use thereafter. If using a jig saw get a new fine tooth blade. In fact if you are suspicious of the sharpness of any of your blades/bits get new ones. Will be worth it I think. If you have to drill a relatively large hole make a pilot hole with small bit first so the big bit doesn't skip around. Prep is the key. Measure several times before cutting. The carbon fiber look plastic dash that I got was quite durable for cutting I thought.
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these are small switches but look cool
All you need is a 3/4"(19mm) hole and the switch will sit in nicely


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Unread 05-05-2013, 08:00 PM   #15
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Those look like they would work well. They tighten down much like a key switch?

Do you know where I can get those ..

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Those look like they would work well. They tighten down much like a key switch?

Do you know where I can get those ..

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they have a clamp in style (see 2nd photo )

search 12V Round Rocker Dot Light Toggle Switch

if you want 4 , one of each color this is a super deal $4.25


http://www.ebay.com/itm/Car-12V-Roun...81075960870%26
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Here is my dash. I need to get a current pic as I have added some things since this was taken.
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Thank you for that picture. The switches look like what Crash posted. You are happy with the switched jlhog?

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Thank you for that picture. The switches look like what Crash posted. You are happy with the switched jlhog?

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Yes I am very happy with them. I bought them off eBay and got a 10 pk pretty cheap. Don't remember what I paid for sure. They light up nice at night and go well with the other blue leds on the cart.
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Perfect !! Thank you for the input!

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