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Old April 20th, 2015, 06:38 PM
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Carling Hazard Switch Part number

Does anyone have the Carling part number for the Hazard switch?
Miduk is out so i thought i would look at some other places that stock carling switches (not the usual 4x4 places)
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Old April 20th, 2015, 06:50 PM
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I actually order mine from MUD too. I've been *trying* to get them in quantity from Carling to carry them, but it's a ridiculous set of hoops you have to jump through (where you talk to Carling, then their vendor, then their distributor, then their rep, etc).

Anyhow, the part# is:
J1A2UT0B-ARC70-100

However, be prepared that no one is in stock on this in the US (which, again, I've been trying to "change" by stocking them...once I can finish navigating the Carling Tech red tape).
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bummer.. - thanks for the part # - but i guess i'll just back order from Mud-Uk.. and wait.
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actually you can check distributor stock through the carling website, mouser, and others. nada..
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