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After Looking at everyone else's custom Aux Switch panels, i've been working on my own, i ran it through CAD to see if it all fits, which it does.:) need to look at getting a face plate, Carbon Fibre or Aluminium, the red back ground was to hi light the panel

Didn't have room for the Ctek Battery Panel (for easy battery float charging) or the Plug in Winch controller, but that should fit down lower on the dash.

Didn't have room for a USB charger, but there might be room in the Glove box for that.

I've included a IBS Dual Battery System:D, which can link the batteries together when winching (i did note that its a 12ah factory battery, i think the warn recommended at least 18ah).
It shows the charging volts and the condition of the two batteries

The IBS dual battery system is a bit overboard, but i has one installed in my Toyota Hilux and it was bloody handy camping around Aussie, and i never looked at getting a volt meter.

Did anyone work out if they could fit the 20BS (18ah) battery in the main battery area?
 

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I havent had any problem winching mine out of the mud or anyone elses rig so far. They usually put the plug in winch controller on the left wall inside your glove box. If you got rid of aux lights and horn switches you could fit a digital display voltmeter. Also when I mounted my toggles I made 1 big hole and mounted 3 side by side. Because they are only held in from the top and bottom. I plan on running a winch toggle and 2 more maybe 3 more regular which would give me 7total and then have 2 usb and voltmeter and still have room. If you want a aux / dual battery just run a secondary with an electric selenoid between when its not running have all your acc except your winch running off the aux battery leaving your stock battery only to run your machine . Then once you crank up flip the switch and voila charging aux again. Didnt mean to ramble on but it would take up less room and if you wanted you can run a dual polarity on-off -on switch ran backwards where you can check voltage on individual battery if you wanted.
 

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Hey SXS where do you get the in out switch i have the remote plug for my winch but no dash swith which i will need for plowing
 
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