Nope, next guess
Getting ready to do the third incarnation of the stereo system. Since I already have the Exile SXT65's and Harpoon I'll be adding the following;
Exile Xi800.4 amp for the Polk MoMo cabins
Exile Xi1500.1 amp for the Exile sub & box
Custom battery enclosure
Tower & cabin volume control
Upgrading main system power wire to 1/0 gauge
Tsunami voltage display distribution block
Maybe some additional LED work if funds permit
Just waiting on the weather to turn a bit :cool:
The mailman dropped off a couple small packages today...
The blue LED lights for my guages;
I tested one out with a 9V battery, and they are definately bright, I can't wait to get these in. A great looking, cheap and easy mod (for once!)
And something I forgot I ordered - Pin Switches for adding lights that turn on when you open the storage compartments (inspired by dusty2221 and KG's Supra 24). I ordered 4, but I've only really got plans for 2 of them.
I'm going to use one for the LEDs behind the spotters seat, one for the LEDs under the sun pad (aka "ski locker" on the Outback), and I'm thinking I might try to work one into a glovebox light, although I'm not sure on that just yet.
Thoroughly cleaning the boat inside and out. Un-winterizing. Then finish putting the interior back together after the winter installs.
Which consisted of:
New OJ prop
4 new boards
Ian, where did you get the push button switches? Ebay? I ordered a couple rocker switches and planning on drilling them into that void as well. But I love the push style. Kinda like the keyless start buttons I've seen in the past.
I already have all the LEDs on the way, Transom LED (thanks Newty), non-skid pad for walk-through, dual zone control DONE, window tint and going to de-badge for this summer.
Yep, on eBay. I sent ya the link :)
Those switches are similiar to what we used, however, I'll tell you why we went a different style. That switch needs that nut on the front side for the front "mount" The thickness of that nut keeps the switch from being a near flushmount switch. The ones we used had a flat threaded faceplate, and I used nuts on the backside. Makesense?
They are pretty easy to work with, I'm sure something like you suggested would be pretty easy to do.