WTB: Horizontal Fog Switch

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Looking for a horizontal fog switch and bezel.

I'm using the three vertical switch positions for my cargo lights, driving lights and a security switch.
And I'll be adding fog lights, and the horizontal fog is the best solution.

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This guy is somewhat local to me. I’ve talked to him at his booth at the Cars and Parts swap meet in Springfield but can’t otherwise vouch for him (not sure if he’s a member here either). Anyway, it looks like he might have what you’re looking for?
 

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This guy is somewhat local to me. I’ve talked to him at his booth at the Cars and Parts swap meet in Springfield but can’t otherwise vouch for him (not sure if he’s a member here either). Anyway, it looks like he might have what you’re looking for?
That's a few $$$ laying there....
 

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I found his personal and business profiles, but neither have that photo with all those switches for sale.

Posting direct links never seems to work for me. I tapped on his profile name in marketplace and it brought up all listings, then searched for “switch”.


 

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This guy is somewhat local to me. I’ve talked to him at his booth at the Cars and Parts swap meet in Springfield but can’t otherwise vouch for him (not sure if he’s a member here either). Anyway, it looks like he might have what you’re looking for?

I’ve tried to have a few conversations with Mr bell. He is a complete tool. Prices are insane, and he’s not that knowledgeable. I finally completely blocked him. From speaking with others, I am not alone in that sentiment.

That switch does come up from time to time, but the bezel is the difficult part.

You could run a cargo switch to the left of the steering column on the dash bezel for significantly less cost and problem finding parts. The aux switch is the same size as the cargo switch. You can take a regular retainer that would hold the cargo switch and cut it down to fit behind the bezel, or use a zip tie, or just cut the hole snug. Pic for information.
 

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I'll actually be running a transmission temperature gauge in that spot to the left of the steering wheel where the AUX Light switch or Engine Hour Meter are typically located.

These Auber Instrument gauges are 1" tall and 2" wide and fit the spot perfectly. I've got a non-functioning gauge in an a-pillar pod that will be removed and replaced with this small digital gauge.
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For now I'm going to try to adapt a S-10/Bravada Fog Switch until I can find the full size truck switch. The size is close, but not quite perfect.
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