Rocker Switch panel for JL Sport

  1. MNWrangx2

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    I liked that one too and especially the mount in the upper left of the dash (https://store.switchpros.com/jeep-jl-mounting-kit/). My key reason for not getting it is the placement of the module under the hood - it's going to be in the way of a snorkel. Also I like old-school relays and fuses I can easily replace, plus the Voswitch is about half the price.
     
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    That's got the basics, but keep in mind it will depend on the winch you're using. That write up is for an older Warn with the 4 solenoid setup. If you have a Zeon with the contactor instead, wiring will be a little different. Here's a pic I snapped while I had mine opened up. I'll start a new thread with some additional pics soon in order to not derail this thread into a winch wiring thread.

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    Sounds great!
    I have a Smittybilt X20 10,000 lb synthetic from April 2019.
     
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    Hi sorry for never following up. Ill post some pictures tomorrow! But I love this switch! It look approx 1-1.5hrs to install. The "smart" relays/switches for the first 4 switches are great for strobe/flashing effects, etc. Its a high quality switch doesn't take up as much of the dash/field of view as I thought. The website you shared with the switches is the one that I was referring to. Love the product but it seems like they are currently out of stock on Amazon.
     
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    I have been looking for one of these for a month now. Uggg I need one. Anyone have an extra? Anyone have any problems with them They seem to be a good switch panel
     
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    S-Tech makes an excellent product at a great price. We have 2 in JKs at my house. New JL has the factory switch but can see it quickly getting replaced.
     
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    I'm going the DIY route, still gathering parts but here is my panel mock up. Leaving the bottom blank for now until I need the space.

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    Can anyone post a picture of the back of the Voswitch switch panel?
    I want to see if the switch pros JL bracket will work with it in some way thank you.
    Maybe if you someone can measure the mounting holes of the JL bracket from Switchpros and see if there mounting holes on the back of that Voswitch, that would be awesome thank you!
     
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    This switch panel is bad ass. Very pleased with it.
     
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    Do you have any photos or tips for how you filled in that storage space with a plastic plate? It looks great, almost factory.
     
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    Finally finished wiring up my Voswitch panel and was able to test all the functions tonight. Everything is working great, including the in-cab winch controls! Just waiting for some custom rockers to show up from OTRATTW and then I'll post up some pics...
     
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    wired mine up last night. Can you provide some guidance on how you’re doing the winch controls? I’ll be installing a winch at the end of the month.

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    It's just a piece of kydex cut slightly larger than the cubby. It was a HUGE pain cutting out the switches to try and get them straight as possible, isn't perfect but good enough. There is a slight curve to the cubby so something with a bit of flex is needed.

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    #45 Mar 23, 2020
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    This pic shows how tall the Voswitch JL200 is.

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