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Old 06-04-2020, 01:54 PM #1
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SD Offroad SwitchPro 9100 Mount Tray for 2020

Hey all! If you have a 2020 4Runner and have been looking for a mount tray solution for your Switch Pro 9100, SD Offroad MT has come up with a great solution. I needed one myself and assisted them with some measurements to help get one made, and am very happy with the final product. Just wanted to share some install photos of the new Tray.

To purchase one, you can contact SD_Offroad on the forums here or via IG, @sdoffroadmt

New Mount Tray



The reason for a new one is the 2020's have the relay box in the spot that most Trays would normally fit right into




There are 2 bolts holding in the relay box. Remove the relay box and remove the bracket as you will need to make a cut or 2. You will need to use a Dremel to cut off the little hook on the right side. The left side, it is up to you to decide if you want to cut and shave down. I will explain in a min.



The reason the left side is optional is you can have that portion of the bracket between the mount tray and the fender OR you can have it insert between the tray and the bolt.

Photo below is how it will look if the bracket is behind the mount. A friend of mine did it this way and seems solid.




I opted to have the bracket between the mount and the bolt like below and I felt it seemed more flush and solid to do it that way.



In order to do so, you will need to cut and shave down the left portion of the bracket so the SP can fit properly onto the mount.




If you want to run a fuse block, the terminal block will be mounted to the rear of the mount.



I am not running a fuse block (only the terminal block), so this is how my final install looks.



There is also a support bracket on the left side of the mount that attaches to the fender which helps keep it solid.

Let me know if anyone has questions but me and my 2 other buddies are very happy with the way this tray turned out!
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Hey all! If you have a 2020 4Runner and have been looking for a mount tray solution for your Switch Pro 9100, SD Offroad MT has come up with a great solution. I needed one myself and assisted them with some measurements to help get one made, and am very happy with the final product. Just wanted to share some install photos of the new Tray.

To purchase one, you can contact SD_Offroad on the forums here or via IG, @sdoffroadmt

New Mount Tray



The reason for a new one is the 2020's have the relay box in the spot that most Trays would normally fit right into




There are 2 bolts holding in the relay box. Remove the relay box and remove the bracket as you will need to make a cut or 2. You will need to use a Dremel to cut off the little hook on the right side. The left side, it is up to you to decide if you want to cut and shave down. I will explain in a min.



The reason the left side is optional is you can have that portion of the bracket between the mount tray and the fender OR you can have it insert between the tray and the bolt.

Photo below is how it will look if the bracket is behind the mount. A friend of mine did it this way and seems solid.




I opted to have the bracket between the mount and the bolt like below and I felt it seemed more flush and solid to do it that way.



In order to do so, you will need to cut and shave down the left portion of the bracket so the SP can fit properly onto the mount.




If you want to run a fuse block, the terminal block will be mounted to the rear of the mount.



I am not running a fuse block (only the terminal block), so this is how my final install looks.



There is also a support bracket on the left side of the mount that attaches to the fender which helps keep it solid.

Let me know if anyone has questions but me and my 2 other buddies are very happy with the way this tray turned out!
Great write up! Im about to install mine today. Which connections did you use for the switch? Did you use the relay box outside or inside the cabin.
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I routed then to the fuse box inside. Used the Tail and IGN#2. Pink is just capped off for now.
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Thank you for this post, really helps people understand what needs to be done to the bracket.... which, is not much really! Thanks again!
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Awesome, thank you!

I have all the parts (I think) ready to install. But I have a question about how you attached the SwitchPro module wires to the terminal block. I'm new to automotive wiring, but not new to electrical (I build guitar amps). Are you just wrapping the bare wire around the terminal screw posts? Or have you attached some sort of spade connector? Does it matter? I see heat shrink and colored tubes of some sort that you've used. My SwitchPro came with a bunch of these blue/yellow connectors. I'm not sure what they are and how/why they're used. Any tips?

Thanks!

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Awesome, thank you!

I have all the parts (I think) ready to install. But I have a question about how you attached the SwitchPro module wires to the terminal block. I'm new to automotive wiring, but not new to electrical (I build guitar amps). Are you just wrapping the bare wire around the terminal screw posts? Or have you attached some sort of spade connector? Does it matter? I see heat shrink and colored tubes of some sort that you've used. My SwitchPro came with a bunch of these blue/yellow connectors. I'm not sure what they are and how/why they're used. Any tips?

Thanks!

You want to use ring connectors (like this - right gauge) which you crimp onto the end of the wire then use a heat gun to shrink the tubing, which helps keep the whole thing somewhat water tight. Then the rings attach to the screws.

Different mounting plate (pre-2020) but maybe this gives you an idea ... what mine looks like (although I have all 8 slots filled right now).

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Does anyone have a current email to contact Derek about
Getting this mount for my 2021 4 runner…..???
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