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    Jus went and verified:
    1: ground
    2: power
    3: jump to 5
    4: empty
    5: switched

    1 is the left side, if you have the 3 middle prongs lower than the 2 outside prongs. If that makes any sense!

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    Sure does make sense. THANKS! I can see the middle leads are marked but can't tell what it says (so small) and wasn't sure on ground/power either. That'll make is a breeze. I will go ahead and make up the lead wires as well before I install the switches as you indicated it's almost impossible to get up under there after they are secure.
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    looks great../
    2 questions
    1.. did you drill holes for the screws to mount the LED Light?
    2. Where did you get your light?
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    Got the wiring just about finished, just needs some cleanup and zip ties. All the lights and switches work though, so my 2 days effort was worth it!

    Next up are the Exiles - I ran leads for the LEDs to each speaker, so really it's just a matter of pulling the Polks and swapping in the Exiles. In the bow I've got to rewore to the amp, as they are off the deck right now. No biggie there, just didn't have it in me today.

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    Great work and a pleasure to follow all your work!
    It might actually get above freezing up here this week - Yah
    My baby is still sug as a bug in storage so my projects are still in the planning stage, although you all provide great inspiration!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 04OUTBACK View Post
    looks great../
    2 questions
    1.. did you drill holes for the screws to mount the LED Light?
    2. Where did you get your light?

    1: I was going to predrill, but I didnt. Just slammed em in. That's what she said.

    2. Through the Newty group buy last summer. The seller was on WakeWorld too I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grant M View Post
    Great work and a pleasure to follow all your work!
    It might actually get above freezing up here this week - Yah
    My baby is still sug as a bug in storage so my projects are still in the planning stage, although you all provide great inspiration!
    We keep it in my dads garage over winter, i just picked it up and brought it to mine on Friday. It was 34 yesterday and 36 today. Just gotta work hard, and build up a sweat! The cold isnt so bad, but the wind is a killer. My boat actually will fit in my garage if I pull the 3rd car out, but then I have to leave a project car outside and the misses would kill me, lol, so it's driveway workspace for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ian ashton View Post
    Jus went and verified:
    1: ground
    2: power
    3: jump to 5
    4: empty
    5: switched

    1 is the left side, if you have the 3 middle prongs lower than the 2 outside prongs. If that makes any sense!

    DUH - i can see the + and - NOW. But still cant make out the other markings. Is that the LEFT/RIGHT when you are looking at the back or the front of the switch? Looks the the - is on the RIGHT side and + is on left side when looking directly at the leads from back of switch.
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    The +/- are just for the lights on the switch. Maybe I mixed up the 2, I do t remember. I just pinned it out with a multimeter and 9v battery on Friday night.

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    Not a problem. As long as it works I'll wire it up
    Just didn't know if the L/R was looking at the back or front. I'm assuming "the back of the switch".

    I'll just have a few cocktails and start working on it..........
    Remember I said I haven't done this in awhile
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