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Has anyone found a creative way to install some rocker switches for accessories (light bar, etc) in their cabin?

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I put my rocker switches and Redarc Tow-Pro in the driver's side footwell kick panel. The LED's don't annoy me driving at night there.



I only use them occaisionally so it works well.

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This is what I came up with, no holes, nothing permanent, doesn't move and the front can be closed in case the lights are too bright
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Thinking of doing same for my spotlight switch. How does that panel come off? does it hinge down or just pull out??
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