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Had some fun with this one:

Installed a pile of parts from SDO: dash vents, hawse with bottle opener, seat protectors at the roll bar, door pull handles, center dash panel.

Changed almost every interior and exterior light to LED, added led interior lighting in the bed, subwoofer box, puddle lights, and under hood lamp; several varieties of Hella 4000's on the roof and the winch bumper, Hella fog lamps under the outer front 4000's.

Even a pair of green Zombie lights for the interior.

Dual batteries under the rear fenders, Blue Sea fuse boxes, distribution blocks, and a solenoid to control power to the front and rear mounted jumper cables.

Audioson digital stereo with the main controller mounted inside the ashtray; Audiofrog speakers, lots of sound deadening.

The Rigid square reverse lights can be operated manually or with the factory reverse light switch.

An S-Pod SE controls much of the lighting as well as main winch power. Several custom carling switch bezels installed, with more in the design phase.


The center console arrangement is temporary until we come up with a design we all like, but functional for now.
 

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With all the wiring and switches, nice that it still sports the original cubby.
I like the discrete LED under the door speaker. Is it fed from the dome light (retaining the same off/door/on switch)?
 

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Yes, interior light function is as original, just now with a door switch on the tailgate and 8 lamps fed from a relay.
Plans for the center console are still evolving, and with the stereo relocated, it opens up possibilities. Trying to keep the original profile.....
 

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All of the interior lights are A series from Rigid Industries, including the zombie lights.....
 
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