Rocker Switch panel for JL Sport

  1. GreyFox

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    I want this A Pillar switch my husband has in his JKU. Easily accessible. No fumbling :like: Tho probably just as easy to drill holes.

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    JL has the grab bar. But on that note, I bought the upper dash mount to see if I could do something different. Just a kit of parts in my eyes so we will see.
     
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    Pictures?

    I think this is why they have two options, some want easier access to the switches plus the lower cubby option doesn’t work with Rubicons.
     
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    Hey guys, check this one out! Just purchased this setup and am currently documenting the install on my JLUR. It is the JL200 by Voswitch. I stumbled upon it while researching switch panel options for the JK in order to determine what might be coming down the pipe for us JL owners. It is a switch panel/power module setup like the S-Pod, includes two RAM mounts, is Carling compatible, dimmable, (somewhat) programmable, and is very reasonably priced. Their website is pretty clunky, but their products are also available for viewing/purchase through Amazon. Definitely can't claim that they're Made in The USA, but so far my initial impressions are that the quality seems to be very good. The JK folks have given very positive reviews of their products and generally view them as a cheaper alternative to the S-Pod. There is also a JL100 model that has a fancy RAM mounted touchpad switching module, but I personally like the lower profile of this unit. Stay tuned for a full review and some better pics...

    Stock photo of the JL200...

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    Here is the JL100 in case you're interested...

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    And this is the power module in the engine compartment

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    I'm really excited to get this thing installed, just have to figure out what I'm going to do with all the switches (this plus the AUX). My initial plan is to reconfigure this thing to better suit my needs. I'd like to use it for in-cab winch controls, even though the Voswitch instructions specifically state not to. Looks like it should be pretty easy to hotwire... lol
     
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    Yeah I know, but I like having the switches there because it's easily accessible to me.
     
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    Just installed this the other day! Was planning on writing a review on here and Amazon. It was a relatively easy install and it feels like a high quality switch. Let me know if you need custom switches (I found a site that sells them for about ($5.50/piece with some cool designs).
     
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    They are selling it for 274$ on Amazon right now.
     
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    I love my RC mlc-6 setup. It’s cheap, easy and very clean! You can still find the buttons in the dark being down there too. Plus it fills in the little wasted space that’s there.
    The only hard part about this install is that if you have a manual you need to find other ways to route wires inside cab, RC wants you to go through the hole in firewall for clutch. I ran mine under and came up through the floor drain.
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    Yes, please, where do you get different switches? The Amazon questions section mentions a site Otrattw, but there are many types of switches listed there.

    Also, if you modify it for winch in & out control, with a master arm too, I would be very interested in how you do that modification.

    I just ordered this and look forward to putting in the Voswitch JL200. I also looked at a custom-built micro-switch overhead option, or the bluetooth version thereof (neither of which had labeling), some $100-200 6-8 panel things on Amazon to mount somewhere, and a company that made a mount for just below the lights for an 8 panel (I would probably hit my knee on that, and the power module goes where my future snorkel will), but the Voswitch looks nice with real relays and reasonable price and easy install plus a better dash mount for my GoPro and phone than my Rugged Ridge dash. The Rough Country doesn't work for me as I have the factory Aux switches and lockers on my Rubicon.
     
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    Are there stickers for the lower cubby RC? Not having labels is a bit of a turn off for me as I'll need to remember what button goes to what. And I'll be honest, my memory is going and fast...LOL.
     
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    Yes, that's correct. The Contura XIV rockers will match the Voswitch switches. I've had my switch panel installed for quite awhile, but am just now getting to the point where I actually have some stuff to control with it. Hoping to button up the wiring for my winch + in-cab controls tomorrow. I've got a pair of backup lights to hook up to the unit now too. Looking forward to diving into the "hot-wiring" of the panel. lol
     
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