Drove that Bit## through a fairly deep ditch 1st over. Got driver side rear tire waaay up in the air. It was awesome. Want more
1984 jeep cj7, 258 I6, rebuilt T176,rebuilt Dana 300, amc 20 , dana 30, 4.10's Trac-lok in rear , 4.10's detroit soft locker in dana 30, 2.5 inch bds suspension lift, 1 inch polyurethan body mount lift. Line ex. weber carburetor. factory tach. factory clock ,oem replacement speedomter cluster, and oil pressure gauge, factory volt gauge.
First row(Lighting) 1. Fog lights 2. Rock lights 3. Spare (TBD)
Second Row(accessories) 1. phone/ laptop Chargers 2. water pump 3. Spare
Third Row(operations) 1. Wipers 2. overdrive: 3. Spare
So really, 6 are already spoken for essentially. I do eventually want to get one more set of lights, but I'm not certain what type or where to mount them yet. I really, really, like having individual control over each zone, so each needs its own switch. On row two, the spare will likely power onboard air since my bumpers are made to hold compressed air. It also could be a switch to power an inverter or welder. I haven't bought or installed installed the RV water pump yet, but is on our "for certain" list, so it needs a home. Row three is really about fixing the mess the PO left me. He sort of re-routed everything really randomly, so I'm fixing it by centralizing it up. Switch three will likely house a solar battery charger, or engine warmer. While those type of things often have their own on/off switch, I like the redundancy of being able to cut anything off from either direction. Should I change my mind on that, or any of the proposed projects, I've got handy spares for whatever may come along; neatly installed, visually matched, and ready to go. It also will greatly simplify maintenance on the wiring, as I'll just have to unbolt the panel. 6 bolts and I have full access to the majority of all the wiring immediately. That beats the hell out of trying work upside-down tracing wire after wire.