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Unread 04-02-2015, 08:30 PM   #81
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I'll post when I get it installed
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Unread 04-02-2015, 08:47 PM   #82
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I see you went with the same one I use . when using the stock dash I had to cut off the cone shaped key switch holder because the stock one is much longer. then sanded it down flush for the new switch to fit. the switch ended up recessed in the to key location about a 1/4 inch. I was able to re-use the stock key hole cover trimming the tabs.
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I see you went with the same one I use . when using the stock dash I had to cut off the cone shaped key switch holder because the stock one is much longer. then sanded it down flush for the new switch to fit. the switch ended up recessed in the to key location about a 1/4 inch. I was able to re-use the stock key hole cover trimming the tabs.
Yeah I figured I'd have to modify the dash a bit.
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yeah , you will see what I mean when you go to put it in . but all in all its pretty simple .
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Quick question about that relay that Sergio posted, when I google that part number, it comes up with 36v, 30a. Will it work for a 48v application?

Oops, nevermind, just found the 48v version...
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I ussualy buy my parts from Mouser electronics (California), this is their part# link

Digikey (Minnesota) is another good place to get electronic parts, here is their part# link.

I don't know what prices You got, but they should be under $5 for the 30amp version.
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Thanks for the links Sergio, they seem to have the lowest prices on the net.
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Another question pertaining to this. On my light kit, both the positive and negative leads have an inline fuse. Is this really necessary? I'm thinking one on the positive would be fine...
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I normally only put fuses on the positive wires. It is not necessary to fuse both lines and it adds unnecessary splices.
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