|03-13-2012 04:13 AM|
Also think about relocating the switch if it's in a bad spot where it gets hit or bumping up the physical size of the switch if it's in an area that will allow it. Those little guys and "robust" don't usually go hand in hand from my experience.
You can get rubber boots for 'em that will help to keep moisture from getting in from the front.
Also look into a different style of switch that is more low profile. Toggles are cool admittedly, but don't always lend themselves to every application.
|03-12-2012 09:01 PM|
|I C||And thanks to all.|
|03-12-2012 07:33 PM|
|03-12-2012 11:22 AM|
|rivershark2005||Or your local Napa. That's where I used to get metal toggles.|
|03-12-2012 11:12 AM|
|Lithium Lotus||Check your local radioshack.|
|03-12-2012 09:36 AM|
|I C||Hey, thanks for the recommendations.|
|03-12-2012 09:23 AM|
|Dusthol||I found metal ones at autozone.|
|03-12-2012 08:40 AM|
|cosmos||Summit racing or Jegs have some|
|03-12-2012 08:34 AM|
Toggle Switch - Busted. Any robust ones out there?
There are thousands on the web and on here, but none that speak to being robust - most I've dealt with tend to be plastic and easily breakable! I flipped mine last night and it just snapped!
I like the toggle versus push which likely are inherently more robust. So, any ones that have served you well? Or just be prepared to switch the switch when they do what POS's do?
Mine lights up my bumper bar mounted Dually spots. Or used to anyway.