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    Quote Originally Posted by Exodus Jeeps View Post
    Theres 2 reasons we only sell SwitchPros. Theyre American made, and theyre easy to install. Did you get the overhead mount?


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    This was a gift. Not sure on the mount. This will be replacing the other panel.

    These seem like a great setup. I have the painless one in my two door and it was nice but far from the easiest thing to install. I can see how painless would be great for an old jeep and a rewire but its too big and bulky. Looking forward to getting this installed.


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    Nice! I love the switchpros, easy to install and clean inside the cab. I mounted the one i had on my black jeep on my lower cross bar of the case with one of those KC clamps. Worked really well for me there

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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    This was a gift. Not sure on the mount. This will be replacing the other panel.

    These seem like a great setup. I have the painless one in my two door and it was nice but far from the easiest thing to install. I can see how painless would be great for an old jeep and a rewire but its too big and bulky. Looking forward to getting this installed.


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    Yeah fuck all that. Painless is anything BUT painless. I tried to like their stuff but the SwitchPros is ridiculously easy to install and a simple solid state piece of equipment. The Bluetooth shit works pretty well. If you want a better mount that what you have, go to the website and check it out. Let me know if youre interested.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Exodus Jeeps View Post
    Yeah fuck all that. Painless is anything BUT painless. I tried to like their stuff but the SwitchPros is ridiculously easy to install and a simple solid state piece of equipment. The Bluetooth shit works pretty well. If you want a better mount that what you have, go to the website and check it out. Let me know if youre interested.


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    Do you have their overhead mount? Is it easy to use? It looks like it would be tiny up there. Currently switches are up there but they are the rocker switches. On the two door I have the rocker switches mounted on the driver side kick panel where the locker switches would be.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Do you have their overhead mount? Is it easy to use? It looks like it would be tiny up there. Currently switches are up there but they are the rocker switches. On the two door I have the rocker switches mounted on the driver side kick panel where the locker switches would be.


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    I do. Ill try and remember to take a pic of it tomorrow and post it. It looks really clean and I never notice the switch panel until I need it. I believe it will only work with the latest iteration of SwitchPros though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Exodus Jeeps View Post
    I do. Ill try and remember to take a pic of it tomorrow and post it. It looks really clean and I never notice the switch panel until I need it. I believe it will only work with the latest iteration of SwitchPros though.


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    Ah, might not work with mine then.


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    I have had the plastic recline kit installed for a couple years now. My boatload of kids and the dog enjoy it. If the mini-mes crash out back there, now their heads dont slump over so easily. Zero issues with its functionality so far.

    I used a Painless universal harness on a 68 Ford F100 many years ago. It took 6 weekends to get it all done. So, yeah, not so painless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by USMC Wrangler View Post
    I have had the plastic recline kit installed for a couple years now. My boatload of kids and the dog enjoy it. If the mini-mes crash out back there, now their heads dont slump over so easily. Zero issues with its functionality so far.

    I used a Painless universal harness on a 68 Ford F100 many years ago. It took 6 weekends to get it all done. So, yeah, not so painless.
    Good to know on the plastic kit.

    I cant have the painless kit even if I wanted due to a dual battery tray.


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