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Here's a pic of a relay center I built yesterday for a gentleman that owns a Jeep with a MESS under his hood. He wanted a simple and convenient place to connect his fog lights, overhead lights, and an electric ran. This called for five relays and he wanted a spare. No problem. He also bought one of our charging system upgrade kits and a few other goodies.

This will mount on the interior side of the firewall on the passenger side.

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This utilizes six of our Tyco Bosch 30A Relays, one of or 9-position ATC fuse panels, and a few of our barrier strips. Sky is the limit . . .

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Tony Candela - SMD Sales & Marketing
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Sure. Can you give me some specifics:

How many circuits?

What stock accessories will you connect to it?

What aftermarket accessories will you connect to it?

Do you want separate Accessory, Ignition, and Constant 12 Volt circuits?

How much space do I have to work with?

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I authored two books full of this kind of stuff! My second has over 500 full color photos and diagrams.

Here's another. First the car. This belongs to a buddy of mine. It's sick. It's a tube chassis 67 Nova with a 10-71 blown 555ci BBC that makes over 1,400 hp. It's one of the nicest builds I know of.

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It is featured in Chapter 6 of book 2. I show step-by-step how to wire the rear located batteries, master disconnect switch, and alternator. This vehicle was actually the foundation for my battery relocation kits. I also wired the tin. The owner built the tin and did the component layout and I wired it. I do not illustrate that process in the book, but here is the finished work.

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To date, that is the most awesome vehicle I've worked on. He still owes me a ride in it . . . dammit!

How's that?

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