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    Anyone have a Wheel mounted Billet Diverter switch Like Rex? Just wondering what else is out there.
    This is what Rex has. I like it. But would like the switch buttons to activate Up & Down. These are left to right from what I can see on the switch.

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    Ive seen a few nicer setups......


    Just cant remember where....

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    Quote Originally Posted by cave View Post
    Anyone have a Wheel mounted Billet Diverter switch Like Rex? Just wondering what else is out there.
    This is what Rex has. I like it. But would like the switch buttons to activate Up & Down. These are left to right from what I can see on the switch.
    Dana Marine also has them.
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    Not sure about Rex, but Dana can drill your helm so you won't
    have to have that coiled cord hanging down.
    here's a link
    http://www.danamarineproducts.com/Gr...TOKEN=64781642

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    With the switch in hand you could make a bracket to do what you are looking to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    Not sure about Rex, but Dana can drill your helm so you won't
    have to have that coiled cord hanging down.
    here's a link
    http://www.danamarineproducts.com/Gr...TOKEN=64781642

    I had a buddy that went this route drilling the helm. Turned out really clean..........nice. I do remember him saying it was kind of a bitch doing the drilling though.


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    here's the one on my spectra i really like having it on the wheel.but,like others have said the cords are not the cleanest look.
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    We can gun drill helms. It's a $35.00 charge.
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    I ended up - running a rocker switch , located my reverser handle - Rex had it custom made for me just cause he loves me ! UP = stiff down = Limp - lol funnything is it works just the oppisite when the roster is down and the boat is hooked up thats when i go stiff
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    Thanks everyone. I had one on the Kachina I know about the cords. Once the Curly cord Stretched out a bit it just hung there. That don't bother me to much. It would be nice to drill out the helm but I want to boat!!!. I'll deal with a cord. I like that Dana one. I just need to find one with a straight or curly covered cord. Ill. PM Dana M. about it.

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    i use a set up from cp performance that had two push buttons like the one for the hyd.diverter unit.belive it or not it on my v-drive linear for my cav. plates !

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    Run a manuel ya pu$$y Jusss kiddin Jimmy The second one is that one I seen. Very nice piece

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    Quote Originally Posted by 396_Ways_To_Spit View Post
    Run a manuel ya pu$$y Jusss kiddin Jimmy The second one is that one I seen. Very nice piece

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    Awe come on mike. You know i got to roll with the auto this and the auto that

    The manual ones are right now reaction. This gives me more to b!tch about when crap goes wrong. Like last summer when I re-routed my hydro lines to look cleaner but didn't notice that I had placed them just below where my weep holes from the headers shoot out. Well I ended up blowing the line in the down position.

    I wish I could mill aluminum at work. I'd make my own housing so the switch would activate up & down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cave View Post
    Awe come on mike. You know i got to roll with the auto this and the auto that

    The manual ones are right now reaction. This gives me more to b!tch about when crap goes wrong. Like last summer when I re-routed my hydro lines to look cleaner but didn't notice that I had placed them just below where my weep holes from the headers shoot out. Well I ended up blowing the line in the down position.

    I wish I could mill aluminum at work. I'd make my own housing so the switch would activate up & down.

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