Ardent Aluminum Hinged Switch Panel - Hot Rod Off Road Racecar Nhra Ihra Pdra on 2040-parts.com
Granite Bay, California, United States
Put your switches where you need them! With one of these hinged switch panels from Ardent Industries you can clean up your wiring and locate everything in one convenient location.
Precision Punched and CNC Formed
All Aluminum Construction with a Grained Surface Finish
Co-Radial Mounting Slots to Allow Rotation of the Panel
6 Accessory Switch Holes
One Ignition Toggle and One Momentary Button Hole
Hinged for Convenient Access to Wiring
Proudly Made in the U.S.A.
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