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Unread 06-20-2013, 11:06 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by JIMBOX View Post
Kinda true 1222, but

Being larger switchs, makes for easy "no look" finger touch control--I can easily select any acc, on my panel--without ever taking my eyes off the road/trees/rocks/hill/cop !

One of those ckts, I could easily drop, if I needed a "NEW" acc--

The only reason for labels/lights, is for the passenger to use panel, if needed !

Yeah I know exactly what you mean by just feeling them to know what switch to choose without looking. I had made a switch panel for my TJs and mounted them in the same position as the sPOD. I used the small round rockers from Pilot.

Man has adapted very well over the years by feeling things in the dark. Had too, it was really dark in those caves and needed to be sure he was touching the right woman or risk getting his head bashed in from another caveman.

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