I use screw terminals. But I'm an AR engineer type.
Look at the amp ratings and match them to the current draw of your circuit.
I tend to buy aircraft quality switches. Pricey but you'll not have to worry about pulling a panel to replace a failed unit.
Most of your switches will probably be SPST. My hazard circuit uses a DPST.
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Last edited by Thanatopsis; 08-23-2012 at 02:52 AM..
I use Cuttler Hammer from McMaster Carr. Metal bat handle toggles just like NASCAR.
I use 0.250 spades and AMP crimp lugs.
These lugs work very well PROVIDED YOU USE GAGE APPROPRIATE LUGS.
I have used for years at a famious musical instrument company known for reliability and safety.
Build started 15 Dec. 2002
Registered June 2009, kit delivered December 2002. Levy Stage 4,347,EFI TKOII, IRS, FFR 4 into 4 pipes, Roh 17 inch wheels, Nitto 555's, 275/40/17, 245/45/17. Power steering, C&R Water to oil heat exchanger. Levy / Ron Davis big radiator. Tweeker RT, WB O2 system. Street performer seats, tracks both sides, Levy pro bump steer, SN95 front spindles, FFR LCA's, Levy / Willwood brakes.
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