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Old 08-18-2011, 10:31 AM   #11
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My Napa doesnt have anything in 4 terminal switch.
I suppose it depends on the demand tdub. I live in a rural community (redneck hill billy) and just about everyone has some form of outdoor mechanical device hence our local NAPA carries parts to suit. Four terminal is not required if the switch can carry the load. I use a four pole relay and fuses to control my lights, 12v outlet and gauges so the switch is really just a means of directing power and carries very little load at all. I could run it all via a two pole toggle switch and a terminal block if I needed to.


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Old 08-18-2011, 12:48 PM   #12
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I suppose it depends on the demand tdub. I live in a rural community (redneck hill billy) and just about everyone has some form of outdoor mechanical device hence our local NAPA carries parts to suit. Four terminal is not required if the switch can carry the load. I use a four pole relay and fuses to control my lights, 12v outlet and gauges so the switch is really just a means of directing power and carries very little load at all. I could run it all via a two pole toggle switch and a terminal block if I needed to.


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I guess my main concern is that the ground for the entire cart runs through the switch. So guess I will just go with factory again. Hate to but...
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