pre ran wiring and panel
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    pre ran wiring and panel

    Looking for suggestions before I cut and regret.

    took off the panel that screws on and it is solid behind the panel, is it ok to cut out the whole panel or will it make something too weak? Cutting out the whole panel seems like the easiest way to get to the pre wired plugs behind the dash

    I haven't been able to really get close to the pre wired plugs behind the dash to see how to use them, they are fairly big plugs are they set up to just hook single wires to or is there a plug i need to buy kinda like a car radio plug to wire in a stereo?

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    I used a 5-6" diameter hole saw so there's plenty of room for wiring. No issues here.
    2018 Wildcat XX green/black

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    I finally got time to really mess with it and just got the pre ran plugs pushed through the toggle switch panels. Its pretty cool how plug and play they are i wish they would have wired up the jumpers though for toggle switches with lights on them.

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    I cut out most of my panel to fit radio, stereo and intercom. Still seems to be plenty strong


 

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