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i wanna see your pics!

i need help deciding where to mount a toggle switch for my ebpv brake. I don't have ESOF so i have that whole open panel there. I just want to see some of your guy's accessory switch panels. Thanks in advance.

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On my obs I put it by the Wait to start light area....but we got an 01 250 at work WITH esof and we still had room to put a couple of toggles beside it

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I my toggle switches right beside my steering coloumn. So I could remove the fuse panel cover and have easy access to the wires. I will try and get some pictures tomorrow.

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Some here and there...


First pic you can see the switch for my water injection and just to the right of it you can just see the red button for the train horns...

Second pic is the switchs with my TC lock up, Compressor and I have nothing on the third one yet

Last pic you can see a pair of chip switchs, one is gone, the one on the right, it has been replaced with the switch for my Strobes and below it one for the mirror heat.
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i need help deciding where to mount a toggle switch for my ebpv brake. I don't have ESOF so i have that whole open panel there. I just want to see some of your guy's accessory switch panels. Thanks in advance.
dont know where to mount it but smart move on the polaris

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If you dont have the shift on the fly i would mount them in that area, if not, I have mine mounted on the thin panel between the fuse panel and the light switch.
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Just make it idiot proof like I did. This is my exhuast brake switch. Step on it and it comes on.....


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dont know where to mount it but smart move on the polaris
Thanks man! I love my sportsman! Thanks to all you guys for posting up some pics! Say raul did you have to remove your whole dash panel to get those switches in there? how'd you do that? Heres the switch i want to get, but its bigger in the back so i would have to come up from behind the dash to push it through. Not sure how i'm gonna do this without taking down the whole dash.

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IF the dash assembly is the same as my 05 just put the trans in 1st and pull on the dash panel, starting towards the passenger side and working to the the driverside
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