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11-23-2017 03:27 AM
geroux Too bad I already have everything wired in. But if I was starting over, I could populate that, eliminating a bunch of wire and switches mounted all over the place.
11-23-2017 03:22 AM
geroux
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Originally Posted by Overland Gear View Post
It has two 30 amp and two 10 amp. The outputs are fused, so you can put smaller fuses in them.
I was wondering the same thing. That's ^ pretty good.
11-22-2017 09:39 AM
Overland Gear Mounting brackets for JK are available. I will get them added to the site this weekend.
11-22-2017 09:38 AM
Overland Gear Here's the video:


11-22-2017 09:38 AM
Overland Gear
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looks interesting, whats the amperage per line-out?

It has two 30 amp and two 10 amp. The outputs are fused, so you can put smaller fuses in them.
11-22-2017 05:56 AM
inline6 looks interesting, whats the amperage per line-out?

cool that its a wireless controller and has pre connectorized wiring.
11-22-2017 01:36 AM
Overland Gear
A new switch system for accessory control!!

Here's a very nice switch system for controlling your aux lights, etc.
I've looked at every switch system I've found, and have used multiple variations of one, and this one tops them all for ease on installation because there's no wires to run through the firewall to the switches.


I found it at SEMA a few weeks ago.


http://www.overland-gear.com/trigger...tch-system.htm


Video will be online tomorrow.

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