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    Senior Member ronnydog's Avatar
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    I needed to group my toggle switches in one place. Had switches from my back fender to my bars and no fuses. I used a piece of aluminum from a old fridge, cut and drilled, covered it with camo clad and mounted it to my front bars with 6 toggle switches in it. #1 is for my hand grip warmers, #2 is for the fan on the oil cooler, #3 is for a 2900 lumens light(LED)I mounted on the front, #4 is for a small light(LED),removable with a six foot cord mounted on the right side cover for emergencys, #5 is for the front light black-out, #6 is for tail light and brake light black-out.



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    Side shot.




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    I can't see it cuz it's invisible...



    Combing the desert for dead refrigerators.



    When you gunna give it up and show us those lights?



    I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.

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    That looks GREAT! I am also interested in seeing both the lights in action. Maybe you could have someone hold a camera so you can show all the toggle switches in action. I use my smartphone, it is very easy to take and upload videos that way. GREAT JOB!
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    Very nice use of otherwise wasted space, space being at a premium on a TW.



    I'd spend the $$$ on weatherproof, probably marine type, switches. One good rain and all your accessories could die.




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    They make little rubber booties that thread right over the top of the switch, just go to your local auto supply or industrial shop. Cole Hersey is the best made.
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    A little taller and you could put two rows of three, and a power plug. Though that might start covering the instruments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lizrdbrth View Post
    I can't see it cuz it's invisible...



    Combing the desert for dead refrigerators.



    When you gunna give it up and show us those lights?




    Lights are there check it out. In Performance and Customization.



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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty View Post
    Very nice use of otherwise wasted space, space being at a premium on a TW.



    I'd spend the $$$ on weatherproof, probably marine type, switches. One good rain and all your accessories could die.


    Ya rain proof toggles would be nice. The little rubber switch covers will be enough for my riding.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JdubSC View Post
    That looks GREAT! I am also interested in seeing both the lights in action. Maybe you could have someone hold a camera so you can show all the toggle switches in action. I use my smartphone, it is very easy to take and upload videos that way. GREAT JOB!




    I think Jimbo could help me with that and it would be cool. We are planning a ride to the Salton Sea next month and I will try to do a dvd.



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