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Fuse Block for Aux. Switches

I finally got around to installing a fuse block for my aux. switches. Let me know what you think!

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1. Momentary on/off - Air Horns
2. Momentary on/off - running lights
3. FASS
4. Backup lights in headache rack
5. Spare
6. Air bag valve
7. Air compressor
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that looks pretty slick Wayne.....good job!!!!!




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All of that would look better if you had installed it in my truck...

Looks very nice and professional. I absolutely hate cobbled up wiring.
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Looks like a very clean install there wayne...

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It's getting clean. It started out gobbled up, I have little patience when installing something new, I just want it to work! I am going through all the accesories I have added on and rewiring, and doing it right.

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looks good. im going to need to do something like that to the ford soon. there are switches all over the place and i need to add more.

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Me too--the compartment just below the steering wheel is a godawful wiring bird's-nest and I really need to tidy it up. I absolutely hate wiring, but the hard-to-work-in mess has finally irritated me enough that I need to fix it.

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Me too--the compartment just below the steering wheel is a godawful wiring bird's-nest and I really need to tidy it up. I absolutely hate wiring, but the hard-to-work-in mess has finally irritated me enough that I need to fix it.
haha, mines the same way. when i yank a bunch of the crap out for the motor swap ill definitely tidy it up.

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