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Thread: How-to build a custom fiberglass upper windshield trim switch pod

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    Awesome! Any other projects you've been working on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dumitru Ivanov View Post
    Awesome! Any other projects you've been working on?
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    Welcome to Wayalife. Quite a thread resurrection just to pimp your business. Your link has been removed. Please feel free to look at the rules again if it doesn't make sense to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dumitru Ivanov View Post
    Awesome! Any other projects you've been working on?
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    Welcome to Wayalife. Stop by the, "Give us a Wave," sub forum and tell us a little about yourself, and post up some photos of your Jeep.


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    I love this build and I am thinking of doing the same... It does come out looking very stock... I am trying to thing if there would be enough room to mount the switches for the Pod and additionally maybe below those mount the control head for my old Kenwood TH-742 HAM radio... The control head is pretty much standard single DIN radio size but only about 3/4" thick... Maybe have it more flush coming down perpendicular to the visor/roof snugged up as much as possible and then below angled in a little the switch console.

    Additionally, I was thinking of using the Eaton ssVEC that I found on waytekwire after reading the DIY sPod writeup another member here wrote up as my "source" as that looks to be watertight and industrial grade with a 200A rating across 8 - 12 relays...

    https://www.waytekwire.com/item/4605...bution-Module/

    Add in a adjustable 12V LVCO I can easily find off ebay or amazon for then there really is not anything my hacked together build would not have that the sPod does except I would be better waterproofed, handle a higher current load, and cheaper (although the ssVEC is pretty expensive but I think worth it).... Considering I was an Electronics Technician for the US Navy, I think I can manage to figure my way around some Low Voltage applications...

    ... I hope i am not overstepping by posting a link to waytekwire but I say the original link on another thread for DIY

    http://wayalife.com/showthread.php?1...ght=waytekwire
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    Build Thread: http://wayalife.com/showthread.php?4...Rubi-Hard-Rock

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    I'm now inspired. Awesome write up.


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    Wow came out great!!!


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