AUX Switch Labels?

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Does anyone know if you can change out the labels for these switches, like take out or slide in a new Label? It would be really cool if it came with an assortment of pre-made labels (Fog, Light 1, Light 2, Light Bar, etc...)

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Hard to say, but that would be a nice bonus. I've seen aftermarket Jeep aux switches that have labels like you mention.
 

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Does anyone know if you can change out the labels for these switches, like take out or slide in a new Label? It would be really cool if it came with an assortment of pre-made labels (Fog, Light 1, Light 2, Light Bar, etc...)

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My company is developing a lighted electro-mechanical switches. The switch is design for rubberized applications - UV, IP65, glare management in the display. We can do any colors or make any legends on the display. The design we are developing is for industrial applications. I think we can adapt for aftermarket if there is enough demand. Of course, we will send out some samples to lucky few people on this forums to validate.
 

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those auxiliary switches are the same ones used on the SD trucks and the Raptors for 10+ years. No one makes labels for them. Some guys just make their own stick on labels (see below) BUT no one makes them and sells them. Maybe I should? :)

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My company is developing a lighted electro-mechanical switches. The switch is design for rubberized applications - UV, IP65, glare management in the display. We can do any colors or make any legends on the display. The design we are developing is for industrial applications. I think we can adapt for aftermarket if there is enough demand. Of course, we will send out some samples to lucky few people on this forums to validate.
Sign me up - love to mod and turn my own wrenches
 

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Ok, you will be my first customer to evaluate. Hope to get the design done and first prototype in Feb of 2021.
I’d love to be able to provide some feedback if possible as well! Love doing all mods and everything myself as well!
 

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I’d love to be able to provide some feedback if possible as well! Love doing all mods and everything myself as well!
Ok you are the second. I will take both your inf. later. Are you get 2 or 4 door?
 

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Does anyone know if you can change out the labels for these switches, like take out or slide in a new Label? It would be really cool if it came with an assortment of pre-made labels (Fog, Light 1, Light 2, Light Bar, etc...)
Hopefully aftermarket to the rescue....Would be shocked if a company like ch4x4 doesn't create something for this...

Hard to say, but that would be a nice bonus. I've seen aftermarket Jeep aux switches that have labels like you mention.
I have 16 of these in my Jeep....6 up top, 5 down at the bottom, 4 on the drivers A-pillar and 1 on the passenger A-pillar.... I'll see if I can snap some pics...Some were custom made...The are also color coded according to what they do...
 

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My company is developing a lighted electro-mechanical switches. The switch is design for rubberized applications - UV, IP65, glare management in the display. We can do any colors or make any legends on the display. The design we are developing is for industrial applications. I think we can adapt for aftermarket if there is enough demand. Of course, we will send out some samples to lucky few people on this forums to validate.
I volunteer as tribute! 4 door badlands.
 

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those auxiliary switches are the same ones used on the SD trucks and the Raptors for 10+ years. None one makes labels for them. Some guys just make their own stick on labels (see below) BUT no one makes them and sells them. Maybe I should? :)

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Love the labels in the picture you provided. Especially the “Zombie Lights”. But my favorite is the “F**k off” label. Nice!
 

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those auxiliary switches are the same ones used on the SD trucks and the Raptors for 10+ years. None one makes labels for them. Some guys just make their own stick on labels (see below) BUT no one makes them and sells them. Maybe I should? :)

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Those are awesome!

But what does the "fuck off" button do? :unsure:
 
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