Stedi switch panel

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Jesselear
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Stedi switch panel

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Anyone running the stedi switch panel?
allover
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Re: Stedi switch panel

Post by allover »

Yep
Jesselear
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Re: Stedi switch panel

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How is it?
Hard to fit?
Look good?
allover
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Looks stock, but is a pain in the flower to fit due to the panels being hard to remove, there is a tutorial on youtube that you would want to follow step by step
Have one switch and the uhf connector on it, am hoping to be able to connect the front elocker via one of their switches, but have not figured that one out yet
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Re: Stedi switch panel

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Your not talking about the lightforce one are you?
Stedi have a new one out ?
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Re: Stedi switch panel

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Ooops, your right

Here is what Jesselesr is talking about, even got a switch for lockers
Must be money in these panels
https://support.stedi.com.au/hc/en-us/a ... stallation
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Re: Stedi switch panel

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I like the idea of having the extra switch however I do think the lightforce unit does look more OEM.
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Re: Stedi switch panel

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Curious to see if anyone has installed one?
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