Bass Pro Shops® Rocker Switch Panels

   

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4 Switch

  • $29.99

  • SKU: 503531

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6 Switch

  • $39.99

  • SKU: 503572

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  • Aluminum housing
  • Illuminated rockers
  • Assorted fuses
Four- and six-gang rocker switch panels with black aluminum housing come complete with illuminated rockers and an assortment of fuses. Switches are rated 12 volts, 15 amps. Each panel includes a wiring diagram, instructions, and accessory labels to accommodate a variety of applications.

Four-switch panel specifications
  • Cutout dimensions: 3-1/2'' x 4''
  • Panel dimensions: 4-1/2''H x 4-1/2''W x 3''D
Six-switch panel specifications
  • Cutout dimensions: 3-5/8'' x 5-5/8''
  • Panel dimensions: 6-1/2''H x 4-1/2''W x 3''D
Bass Pro Shops® Rocker Switch Panels 2.1 5 22 22
Easy Does It I recently purchased a BassPro Shops "Rocker Switch Panel" for a 25 year old bass boat I am restoring and updating with all new 'modern' equipment. We constructed a new dash panel and relocated all of the instruments to better accommodate the new instruments we were installing. The "Rocker Switch Panel" was very easy to install and hook up to. I could not have imagine what I did before the panel was installed. What a great item. October 28, 2012
Good nice design When I first opened the box , Iwas very happy with the improvements over the older design.But after I installed it I soon found out that that it had A short in it. After testing it out I found the short tobe in fuse retainer .When the retainer was tight it would ground out.I installed Orings on the retainer to take care of that problem . worked fine afer that. October 5, 2012
Don't buy! I read the reviews after I had already bought it, but decided to install it anyway. Two switches bad out of the package. I returned it and I am going to try the one made by SeaSense. I agree with the review that calls for Bass Pro to remove this item from their shelves. It is junk. May 18, 2011
A good buy After some reworking of the dash panel the unit fit like a glove,the prewired switches and fuses worked like the said, at dusk the panel lights up so well and lets you know if you left something on,thus making sure you never drain the batteries. the only thing that i found was the labels do not stick vary well and peel of to easy. but the long and short of it all it is a vary good unit, but time will tell the tale September 22, 2010
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I put 1 Hot wire to the + side of switch and a neg - to the other side of the switch at the top where marked. . your lights have two wires one hot you run to the switch and the other you run to the ground bar or battery ground
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Hello demojf,
I use my panel in a kayak where it gets wet and exposed to the weather and still functions. However my kayak is cleaned and stored when not in use. I would not expect anything left in directly sunlight and weather at a dock to last for more than a season or two.
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my panel is outdoors in the weather and has had no trouble,with rain or the spraying it takes from the lake
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This panel has to be installed inside if it gets water on it some of the switches WILL go bad.
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