Another possibility could be a small dash shelf and mount the switches there. Some find a dash shelf convenient for other accessory mounting solutions, too. Don't know what year model you have, some are easier to add a shelf to than others. Also depends if you lean "function over form", or "form over function" !!There's not much room on the handlebars for a switch. I'd need to find something quite narrow to fit it on the round sections.
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lumpytaters,There's not much room on the handlebars for a switch. I'd need to find something quite narrow to fit it on the round sections
Each item has an in-line fuse; placed where it's easiest to access in the dark at 3am in the middle of BFE.Bounce,
Man, a non-fused terminal strip? Unattached to anything?
I'd prefer to have a relay-controlled fuse block - more money, but every added line will have a fuse. Everything would come on with the ignition switch, and all in one place. I would also nail it down to somewhere.
I'm just picky, I guess, on the electricals.
Linton,I have a lead taken from behind the accessory socket in the cubby that goes to under the seat. No good if you want a switch, but out of sight and rain and has camera and heated waistcoat on it.