Cage Mounted Switch Panel
- 12V. Switch Panel: 8" long x 4-11/32" overall height x 2-19/32" face height x 2-5/16" deep
- Durable black powder coat finish
- Zinc-plated steel back features:
- Slots to make hose clamp installation (included) a breeze
- 7/8" wire access hole for a clean installation
- (1) 35A push-button start switch
- (6) Red LED indicator lights
- (6) 20A heavy duty toggle switches
- (6) 20A fuses have indicator lights that flash when the circuit is overloaded or the fuse is blown
- (2) Mounting Clamps
- Some Assembly is Required
JEGS Cage Mounted 12V Switch Panel Kit features a black powder coated aluminum front panel and zinc plated back mounting panel houses six switches, indicators and fuse holders plus a push button start switch. .
Is this box pre-wired like the picture shows?
Is the switch locations on the panel pre-labeled or does it come with stickers to suit your needs?
What size thread are the switches?
Are the switches waterproof? If not where can I get sealed switches?
what 6 circuit harness do you recommend to wire my car with ( tube chassis bracket car) when using this switch panel ?
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