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Old 27th February 2018, 04:33 PM   #1
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Mitch Krause
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Blinded by the lights

Actually paralyzed by the light decision might be a better description.

I have thought about using a simple older Ford pull knob for the lights. Thought about using a light switch from a 1970 Challenger (homage to a couple I owned), but the mounting would not work well at all with that. Thought about just using a couple of switches and keeping it simple.

Headlights and Fog lights. Wire them separate or in parallel? Have to worry about two high/beam low beam switches to get them dimmed if someone blinks at you, or do you want the separate control?

Use an on-off-on switch with one on being low beam and the other high beam. Can't figure out if that would be painful in practice or not. Then one of these or two of these?

Anyone have any thoughts on what they liked (or didn't like and re-did)
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