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    Default Kill Switch

    After some battery issues this Winter, I did some rewiring and decided to add a simple kill switch between the battery and fuse block. It was a pretty simple install. The switch was $17 and the battery cable was $12, so, under $30 and some terminations with shrink tubing that I had on hand.
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    Default Kill Switch

    Hi Dave. Looks very clean. I think I would have went to the ground /- side but that's just me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CDK View Post
    Hi Dave. Looks very clean. I think I would have went to the ground /- side but that's just me.
    In the event of any kind of a short, it would leave everything hot, I was picturing this as the true fail safe.
    2003 Jetcraft SK2125, Yamaha 150, Yamaha T8, 2006 Dodge Ram 3500 Dually

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