2 Bbt Red Led Lighted On/off 20 Amp 12 V Toggle Switches on 2040-parts.com
Manchester Township, New Jersey, United States
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2 top quality BBT Brand red LED lighted 20 amp 12 volt heavy duty on/off "duck bill" toggle switches. Sealed against moisture, easy to wire with symbols stamped on the switch. Perfect for any circuit, no need for a separate indicator light, & the led lasts for 50,000 hours. Switch is lit in the on position only. Fits standard 1/2" hole, for panels up to 1/4" thick. Our price includes free next day shipping in the USA, a money back guarantee, & no tax. Check out my other items! Be sure to add me to your favorites list! Thanks for looking, Capt. Bob
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