1995 Land Rover RRC SWB

fishEH

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Hey Todd!
How easy was it to install those ARB rocker switches? Is that the stock 3-switch binnacle? Just plug and play or what?
 

lunchbox

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Scorpion bumper. It is the best looking bumper I've seen on a Rover.

Brett,

I'll text you pics of my switches. They are in the same place. Yes, it's a stock piece that's been cut out. You have to cut out the rear as well to run the giant wire loom. It is not at all plug n play. It's a bit of a tedious pain.
 

Buddy

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Hey Todd!
How easy was it to install those ARB rocker switches? Is that the stock 3-switch binnacle? Just plug and play or what?

I still use those switches to run my off road likes I mounted my locker switches in the Sun Roof control spot. Sure I can't use my sun roofs anymore but I never used them anyway so not a big loss for me.
 

fishEH

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I still use those switches to run my off road likes I mounted my locker switches in the Sun Roof control spot. Sure I can't use my sun roofs anymore but I never used them anyway so not a big loss for me.

My '95 doesn't have sunroofs. I'm looking to mount two switches. 1 for the compressor, and 1 for my Lights. I'd like to use the Carlisle switches if possible. Time to hit the junkyard and find a binnacle I can hack up. :)
 

Flyfish

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Hey Todd!
How easy was it to install those ARB rocker switches? Is that the stock 3-switch binnacle? Just plug and play or what?

It is the stock binnacle for air suspension and perfect home for the swiches. There is a little bit of dremel sanding/shaving, but a very easy job! Just fit the middle switch first so you'll clearance the others toward the outside.