Rocker Switch panel for JL Sport

  1. DirtWells

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    My wife has a 2019 2-door Wrangler Sport. I want to get her some rock lights and interior lights, but am having a hard time finding information on installing a switch panel on the JL Sports. I'd prefer the rocker switches with backlit pictures/descriptions. Has anyone done this on a JL, but for a non-Rubicon without the Aux package?...and where did you put the rocker switch panel? Thanks!
     
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    I was having the same issue. Currently looking into ProComp SS6.
     
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    I'm surprised that the aftermarket is taking so long with something that so many people would want. I'm waiting on this option also:(
     
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    I installed the aux switches. They look awesome in the blank panel. Note...there is one with a chrome ring around it and another without...just black.
     
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    You're right there aren't many options for labeled switch systems. You could get the rough country top mount switch setup and swap the switch covers with ones from S Tech. They have large selection of pre labeled switch covers in different colors. I don't know for a fact they will fit the Rough country switches, but they look like they are the same.

    https://www.roughcountry.com/mlc6-multiple-light-controller-7096c.html

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    https://stechswitch.com/product/cus...witch-cover-only-choose-graphics-red-or-blue/

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    The lower dash kit looks like OEM issue- NO MUSS/NO FUSS !

    -GOODO

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    S-tech is the best, no question. Tell him what you want and he makes fit your needs, including winches. I do have the MLC-6 upper dash mount ready to install. I think if you just need something for lights, it’s fine.
     
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    Thank you all for your help! I think I have a couple directions I can go.
     
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    digging the rough country lower setup. clean and a decent price.
     
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    I really like the RC lower dash mount set! Not to bad of an install and looks like it belongs there.
     
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    The RC Lower Dash kit is what I'm looking at. I'll do lights after I finish recovery and tire carrier upgrades. Lights aren't that high on the list of priorities, but it is something that I want.
     
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    I agree, that lower install-looks so clean and natural--

    The top kit is too messy and screws up the natural CLEAN dashtop !
    W.E.

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    I agree the lower cubby is the perfect spot for a switch panel. But for me, I want my switches unobstructed and in the line of sight. I swapped in Rubicon axles so I want to have quick access to the locker switches and have no chance of hitting the wrong switch. So I opted for the upper dash mount and built my own switch pod and mounted the S tech pre labeld switches.
     
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