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    Alternative to Painless

    The race car I bought has a Painless switch panel in it. I want to rewire this car so I know what's what. What other vendors make comparable wiring panels? Thanks

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    Check out K&R. They're not cheap, but you get what you pay for. That's what will be going in my car soon.

    http://www.krperformance.com/
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    I dont know if they make switch panels like you need, but I used an EZ Wiring harness when I rewired my Impala. Loved it. And it was a fraction of the cost of a Painless. I think it was $250 or pretty close to it. You might wanna check them out
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    Ron Francis has a complete line of wiring supplies. They carry harnesses, switches, bulbs, LEDs and custom door openers and just about any electrical component you need.They have a large downloadable pdf file catalog.


    http://www.ronfrancis.com/

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    I like these. Good quality and reasonable price. Circuit breakers instead of fuses is a nice feature.
    http://www.trickcableandswitch.com/m...versalRollCage

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    Quote Originally Posted by gearhead1011
    I like these. Good quality and reasonable price. Circuit breakers instead of fuses is a nice feature.
    http://www.trickcableandswitch.com/m...versalRollCage
    nice.... they come with wiring or just the panel?
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    The best in the business IMO

    I've used almost all them ... I wouldnt put a trick on a lawn mower let alone my race track JMO

    http://www.racedigitaldelay.com/switchpanels.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by fast75vega
    Quote Originally Posted by gearhead1011
    I like these. Good quality and reasonable price. Circuit breakers instead of fuses is a nice feature.
    http://www.trickcableandswitch.com/m...versalRollCage
    nice.... they come with wiring or just the panel?
    They come with the wiring. The roll bar mount is a clamp on deal that requires no drilling. I used one of these when I put my car together 8 years ago and never had any issues with it.


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