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Old 06-07-2012, 05:38 PM   #1
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sPOD introduction...

Hello all,
sPOD has just became a sponsoring vendor here on the great WF!
Just a quick introduction for y'all:
sPOD-guy has been in this hobby we call Jeeping for about 28 years...my first Jeep was a 1978 CJ-5 that I wheeled the western US in (no trailer queen), next I built a 1947 Willys Flatfender that I drove and wheeled everywhere as well. Now I'm in the 21st century (almost) with my 2003 TJ Rubicon! (that's going up for sale this week), my wife's 2011 JKU Rubicon and my new 2012 JK Rubicon. (a very sick disease)
Now about the sPOD systems:
sPOD has been manufacturing the systems for just over 6 years. (right here in California)!
The sPOD system is actually a very simple system that only uses the vehicles battery for it's power and does not attach to any of the OEM electrics!

Basically our systems are sold as complete and turn-key systems.
All of the parts we manufacture are made right here in the good ole USA.
1) 6 Circuits
2) 6 - 40 amp Relays
3) 6 fuses
4) 6 diodes (to protect sensitive electrical accessories such as LED lights, HAM radios GPS Etc ETC from field collapse
5) Deutsch & Hirose interconnects for attachment to the switch harness and to the power control harness. These connectors are not the cheap weather-pack type, these are the type used in heavy equipment in the automotive industry.
6) ALL of our harnesses are wrapped in a composite braiding that protects the wire harnesses from environmental damage due to extreme temperatures or abrasion, while offering flexibility for ease of installation.
7) All connectors are of aerospace quality.
8) All sheet metal components are made in a precision sheet metal house. All machined parts are formed, welded, powder coated, part numbered, inspected, date stamped and logged into a book with the inspectors stamp on them.
9) the Source cover is deep image anodized! The images you see on the cover are embedded right into the aluminum itself!.
10) The machined base for the circuit board is made on a 3 axis machining center and is made from a billet pc of TecaPro MT.
11) All press in hardware we used is hardware that is ISO certified suppliers.
12) all hardware supplied is stainless steel.
13) The two power leads for battery connections are copper 8AWG high quantity multi-strand in silicone jacket and then wrapped in nylon!
14) We supply a 50 amp auto reset circuit breaker to protect our Source.
15) a inline fuse is supplied to protect the switches.
16) All connectors on the Source side have shrink tubing added over each crimped connector.
17) The switches we purchase and use in our systems are Carling Technologies Contura Style switches that are rated with an IP67 - IP68 rating!
http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/ip...ion-d_452.html
This rating applies to front panel components and signifies protection against dust and the prolonged effects of immersion under pressure. The standard test for immersion under pressure requires submersion under one meter of water for 30 minutes.

Our original test consisted of submersing our relay control module "Source" unit in a vat of salt water for 72 hours, removing from the salty water and then running a 396 chevy starter motor on it for another 48 hours! We spiked an amazing 185amps!
That was 5 1/2 years ago with over a 1,000 system sold world wide without a single problem caused by the elements! As a matter of fact, I am running the test unit to this day in my 2003 TJ Rubicon! It looks like crap...but still works!
We also use dielectric gel on all the contacts of the relays to help prevent corrosion.
If something where to fail on the Source due to water damage, we will replace it for just the cost of shipping both ways.

The object behind our system is to eliminate all those relays, wires, fuses and various switches and to stay away from the OEM electrics. Our harness is bundled up to a very small diameter. You only need to come into the cab via a small existing hole. Our systems come fully assembled ready to install!
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John,

Great to see you here! You make a amazing product and we love the one we have running in our JK! Everytime we sell lights, we make sure we let them know of the great benifits of the sPod! Thank you guys...

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sPOD Power distribution & switching components.

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Spod install question

I have been doing allot of research on the Spod and from what I have read the product seems to be a winner with Jeep owners however, I have heard from time to time about installment issues! I have a new 2012 JK and I don't want to purchase the Spod if I am gonna run into issues that I have read about such as cutting/trimming panels and encountering issues wiring things through the firewall and plastic bolts having to be drilled out and so on.

Your product is advertised as a simple bolt on item with no cutting or modification of the jeep and any of its parts required. Is this correct or is the truth that there is minor modifications of panels or related required?

I just don't want to spend the money on something that's gonna have me screwing up small things in my new Jeep. Call me a goof but I am just really picky and hardcore on keeping my Jeep clean and damage free. I also don't want to have to pay and replace items on the Jeep that might get messed up or broken during the natal process.

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Old 10-23-2012, 11:44 AM   #6
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For the '12 & '13's, you have to make a VERY small "adjustment" (trim) to the stock header pannel. They fit much tighter on these and you have to have room for the mounting bracket to go behind the pannel. You can do this with a dremel, bench grinder, or even a file. You just have to notch it less that 1/8th".

As for the fire wall, there is a groment on the driver side you can run everything through.

The install of the sPod is SUPER easy!!! I would say it is easier than add a (1 set) of lights. BUT, with the sPod, you can add a lot more to it!

Let us know if you have any questions. We would be more than happy to do what we can to answer them for you.

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Old 10-23-2012, 12:42 PM   #7
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glad to see you here. i have one installed on my 11 jkur. its awesome. makes wiring simple and clean. i highly recomend it
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Old 10-23-2012, 01:43 PM   #8
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For the record, I feel this is probably the best upgrade that you can do for your Jeep! I will not own a Jeep without a sPOD...!
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Old 10-23-2012, 02:16 PM   #9
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Please email us and we will be sure and send you a full set of installation instructions.
We can also send you pictures if you like.

Below is the response to the difficult installation:
Rubicon2013,
First off...thanks for the compliments! We are sure the sPOD system will perform to the highest standards in the industry for you! We take pride in the fact that our American made system will provide you a very safe way to power, control and manage all your aftermarket electrical accessories!


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It depends what model of jeep you have, on a jk 2013 removing the pillar was necessary to remove the bottom panel.
The difficult part was removing that plastic bolt... it would just turn in the void. Had to drill it out and get a new bold for when I put it back together.
There is no need to remove the A-Pillar plastic piece to run the cable down. The side panel next to the door jamb will easily come off and expose the area where the cable comes down from the A-Pillar plastic piece. Just pull the edge open (the edge close to the windshield) and tuck the cable behind it. The cable will drop right down behind the dash. This is only possible if you install the cable working from the inside of the vehicle to the outside as the instructions indicate.

Also, the firewall is not opened, you need to slit an opening in the plastic and you can't really go from the cabin to the engine... much easier to drop the wire from the engine bay to the cabin. I found the other way impossible.
On the automatics, the clutch pedal hole is where the access point is for our cable to come through into the engine compartment. We indicate to use a screw driver to open a small hole to push the cable through. This should be done from the inside going through into the engine compartment. The reason is that the connector on the sPOD's Source side is much smaller and was designed to fit through that foam filled hole.

Also the video does not show you have to cut the top molding to fit the console. I had to use a cutting wheel to cut the plastic so the edges would fit.
You are correct that the video does not show that step of trimming a 1/4" off the edges of the footman loop access cutout on the plastic windshield header.. But it is illustrated in our instructions. This is not required on all Jeep Jk's. for some reason Jeep uses two different molds. The trimming if required is very simple and can be done with an Exacto blade. In the case with the Jeep that was used in the video, this was not required.

Just not as easy as the video shows... if you are careful and take your time its going take a while to install...
Our support is some of the most personable support and thorough in the industry, if you ever have any questions, please feel free to call us 24/7/365. It is not unheard of us taking calls even on Sunday nights, camping, on the trail or at dinner time....I'm sure others will attest to this.


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I have been doing allot of research on the Spod and from what I have read the product seems to be a winner with Jeep owners however, I have heard from time to time about installment issues! I have a new 2012 JK and I don't want to purchase the Spod if I am gonna run into issues that I have read about such as cutting/trimming panels and encountering issues wiring things through the firewall and plastic bolts having to be drilled out and so on.

Your product is advertised as a simple bolt on item with no cutting or modification of the jeep and any of its parts required. Is this correct or is the truth that there is minor modifications of panels or related required?

I just don't want to spend the money on something that's gonna have me screwing up small things in my new Jeep. Call me a goof but I am just really picky and hardcore on keeping my Jeep clean and damage free. I also don't want to have to pay and replace items on the Jeep that might get messed up or broken during the natal process.

Thanks
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Old 10-25-2012, 07:03 PM   #10
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John,

So many happy owners can't be wrong about how great of a product the Spod is and I plan on making the purchase in the next week however, I am just a little concerned about the fit and finish of the install on the 2012 models.

I do have another question.....I plan on installing an inboard air supply down the road. With that in mind would it be in my best interest to purchase the model with the air gauge or is that not really that important?

Thanks and I look forward in working with and your company with my purchase and install.
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sPOD is one of the best designed and made aftermarket product I've ever seen.

The sPOD system does exactly what it's supposed to do. I can't recommend it enough.
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Another 100% positive recommendation! I have a 2013 JKUR and although the top trim piece did require a minor trim, it was very simple. I used a dremel and it took under a minute. I have to say other than that minor trim, the fit, finish and function of the sPod is well worth the money.
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Another 100% positive recommendation! I have a 2013 JKUR and although the top trim piece did require a minor trim, it was very simple. I used a dremel and it took under a minute. I have to say other than that minor trim, the fit, finish and function of the sPod is well worth the money.

No trim issues with mine. Just followed instructions and viola! Installed and working as advertised!
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Love my SPOD. I will also vouch for John's customer service. I had an issue with my SPOD, and he answered my call while wrestling a bear up in a lake up in the California mountains...the service was a bit spotty, so it IS possible that he was just hanging out by a lake at Big Bear california, but I'd like to think John wrestles bears during his spare time.
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No trim issues with mine. Just followed instructions and viola! Installed and working as advertised!
That's nice to know, as I had one on my 2010 I just traded up for my 2014.
Now I need to start prioritizing my upgrades...

a new sPOD is on the list.
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Love my SPOD. I will also vouch for John's customer service. I had an issue with my SPOD, and he answered my call while wrestling a bear up in a lake up in the California mountains...the service was a bit spotty, so it IS possible that he was just hanging out by a lake at Big Bear california, but I'd like to think John wrestles bears during his spare time.


If John isn't there his wife Cinde will do all she can to help. She's very knowledgeable and they support the heck out of their product and customers.
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I've asked them to mod the next gen product to include one or more switched power sources.

And to make it so you can daisy chain the units and have double the number of switches.
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Love my sPod! If I *had* to find something to gripe about, it would be that if you mount an AeroForce gauge in it, the angle of the gauge isn't the best to viewing (angled down too much)...otherwise, the design, installation, and intended use of the sPod is excellent!

I can't recommend it enough!!
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I've asked them to mod the next gen product to include one or more switched power sources.

And to make it so you can daisy chain the units and have double the number of switches.
I agree. Since many MANY people are going with LED lighting, 40amp relays aren't needed. Maybe it would be possible to have an SPOD with 10 smaller switches, 4 of them being regular 40 amp units (air compressors and such) and the rest being small units that can power LED things (rocklights, a pillar lights, etc.) Just a thought for the future.
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I agree. Since many MANY people are going with LED lighting, 40amp relays aren't needed. Maybe it would be possible to have an SPOD with 10 smaller switches, 4 of them being regular 40 amp units (air compressors and such) and the rest being small units that can power LED things (rocklights, a pillar lights, etc.) Just a thought for the future.
Great idea! Definitely could use the option of having more than 6 switches on that great product.
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4x4 SPOD Since 2005 - The ORIGINAL JEEP Over The Windshield Switch Console - Jeep Power Distribution System

Their Jeep products are here:
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I have a 2012 & install was fairly simple; no problems here...

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I have been doing allot of research on the Spod and from what I have read the product seems to be a winner with Jeep owners however, I have heard from time to time about installment issues! I have a new 2012 JK and I don't want to purchase the Spod if I am gonna run into issues that I have read about such as cutting/trimming panels and encountering issues wiring things through the firewall and plastic bolts having to be drilled out and so on.

Your product is advertised as a simple bolt on item with no cutting or modification of the jeep and any of its parts required. Is this correct or is the truth that there is minor modifications of panels or related required?

I just don't want to spend the money on something that's gonna have me screwing up small things in my new Jeep. Call me a goof but I am just really picky and hardcore on keeping my Jeep clean and damage free. I also don't want to have to pay and replace items on the Jeep that might get messed up or broken during the natal process.

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For the '12 & '13's, you have to make a VERY small "adjustment" (trim) to the stock header pannel. They fit much tighter on these and you have to have room for the mounting bracket to go behind the pannel. You can do this with a dremel, bench grinder, or even a file. You just have to notch it less that 1/8th".

As for the fire wall, there is a groment on the driver side you can run everything through.

The install of the sPod is SUPER easy!!! I would say it is easier than add a (1 set) of lights. BUT, with the sPod, you can add a lot more to it!

Let us know if you have any questions. We would be more than happy to do what we can to answer them for you.

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Hey just wanted to say thanks. I love my new SPod. Saw it at JPIs grand opening and got one..
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Picked up an SPOD...nice product which makes for a nice neat and clean install. I have always used a similar accessory fuse blocks on my motorcycles just on a smaller scale.
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sPod guy: the switches that come from the factory only light up when the switch is on? I've been reading some threads and have heard both ways. Just want to clarify before I buy another set of switches along with the sPod. I am one who would like then to be lit up at all times! Thanks. Can't wait to get the sPod!!
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sPod guy: the switches that come from the factory only light up when the switch is on? I've been reading some threads and have heard both ways. Just want to clarify before I buy another set of switches along with the sPod. I am one who would like then to be lit up at all times! Thanks. Can't wait to get the sPod!!
sPOD offers Dual Light switches as well. They offer:

1. Switches that light up only when on
2. Dual Light Option - This has dual (double) light switches that light up when off and when on (different colors). Note that this switch panel has an extra on/off switch so you can turn all the switches off should you not want to see all 6 switches lit up when they're in the off position.
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Is that only for the JK models? I haven't seen them yet for a TJ...
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sPOD offers Dual Light switches as well. They offer:

1. Switches that light up only when on
2. Dual Light Option - This has dual (double) light switches that light up when off and when on (different colors). Note that this switch panel has an extra on/off switch so you can turn all the switches off should you not want to see all 6 switches lit up when they're in the off position.
Here's the double switch from my writeup. I have a JK though:



I find the lower light on the double light switch bleeds into the power on (upper) light indicator (especially the amber). When it really comes down to it I would have probably just got the single light switch...it's not like you can't see them with everything else that's lit up in the Jeep and are fumbling around looking for the right switch. There's only 6 of them...

Now if this was somewhere else like in the lower dash out of the way or something the lower light would be a bit more necessary.
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