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Old 09-07-2019, 12:52 PM #61
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Any chance for a smaller tray mount in that same area utilizing the Slee Off-road ARB mount and a single ARB CKMA12 compressor? I just finished mounting my single ARB compressor in that location and it seems like there is room for other stuff there. Here is a link to a similar install. Single ARB Compressor With Slee Bracket - 5th Gen 4Runner
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Hi, thanks for the suggestion. I will look into it. (BWT, your link does not work, but I knew where to go to find the article - My Mount Tray has a write up there too).

Would you mind PMing me your email so you can send me some pictures of your set up ? Do you have the manifold installed ?
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Is the tray necessary?


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Is this required? Or just looks nice
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Is this required? Or just looks nice
The answer to your question, is "both".

You need to mount the Power Module "vertically" per Switch-Pros to retain product warranty.

Using the Mount Tray assists in bringing your mod wiring together in an easy to assemble, easy way to change out which buttons work which mods and makes it easier to track down problems in the connection of mods should they arise. It also brings together your ground wires via the Blue Sea BusBar to one place so you do not have 8 different ground wires trying to find a place to be attached to the battery.

Thanks for the questions, let me know if you have more
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Dimensions needed.

Can someone provide the dimensions of the Switch Pros 9100 power module (the part that mounts to the tray)? Also the bolt hole to bolt hole of the power module.

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Fuse Block and Blank Mount Trays

The Fuse Block Mount Tray as well as the Blank Mount Tray are both in. Both of which should be ready to ship Monday. Preliminary pics below !

PM me if you'd like to order.
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Fuse Block on the New Mount Tray

Blue Sea Fuse Block, Circuit Breaker and BusBar installed on the Mount Tray.

Update on availability is that the cables have been shipped. One step closer to the completed Fuse Block Mount Tray Package.

Mount tray itself is ready to ship if you are using your own cables.
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Any chance of getting these designed to fit a 4th gen 4Runner V8?
Specifically 06-09.

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Any chance of getting these designed to fit a 4th gen 4Runner V8?
Specifically 06-09.
Ready to buy one
Hi, I'm sorry, I'm not getting notifications anymore for some reason... but I think you emailed me, correct ? Not sure if you're the same person that reached out to me via email. PM me and let me know.

Right now, I do not have one in production but I'm working on it.
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SP8100 Power Module Fitment

I met up with Switch-Pros Saturday at the Pomona Offroad Expo and discussed the Mount Trays with them. They liked the Fuse Block Mount Tray allot and said that they would put the Mount tray on their display rack at future shows !

Fantastic news to have their support.

I also discussed with them the footprint of the SP8100, the older model of the SP9100, and they confirmed for me that the base size and bolthole pattern is the same. This is great news for the SP8100 community that would like to remount their 8100's vertically can use my Mount Trays.

A quote from the Switch-Pros website:
"Can I mount my power module on its back?
No this will allow water to collect on the connector, and may cause water intrusion over a long period of time. This will NOT be covered under warranty"

This is why mounting the Power Module VERTICALLY is so important.
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I met up with Switch-Pros Saturday at the Pomona Offroad Expo and discussed the Mount Trays with them. They liked the Fuse Block Mount Tray allot and said that they would put the Mount tray on their display rack at future shows !

Fantastic news to have their support.

I also discussed with them the footprint of the SP8100, the older model of the SP9100, and they confirmed for me that the base size and bolthole pattern is the same. This is great news for the SP8100 community that would like to remount their 8100's vertically can use my Mount Trays.

A quote from the Switch-Pros website:
"Can I mount my power module on its back?
No this will allow water to collect on the connector, and may cause water intrusion over a long period of time. This will NOT be covered under warranty"

This is why mounting the Power Module VERTICALLY is so important.
I have an 8100 just in case you wanted to confirm some dimensions.

Few questions:

would these interfere with hood struts?

any plans making these for Taquitos?
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I have an 8100 just in case you wanted to confirm some dimensions.

Few questions:

would these interfere with hood struts?

any plans making these for Taquitos?
Thank you, I just confirmed with Switch-Pros that the SP8100 is the same footprint/mounting hole spacing.

I am working towards the Tacoma and am seeking willing Taco owners in the North County part of San Diego, starting with the 3rd Gen, to work with on getting the size and shape dialed in to manufacturer.
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That's a nice looking PowerTrays knock off
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Thank you, there are several companies making support trays for electrical collaboration, none of which are mounting the Power Module vertically per Switch-Pros requirements at this time.
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