Bass Pro Shops® Rocker Switch Panels

   

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4 Switch

6 Switch

  • 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
Rated 2 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Switches I had this product for 8 months and it quit working as the others stated. I'm going to petition for them to remove this item off the shelf. Bass pro sells good stuff this product does not warrant the right to bear the name bass pro. They are too good for this product. March 14, 2009
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poor choice There are much better choices to make for gang switches. Like most of the other reviews, mine only lasted 1 outing, then the first switch failed. After the second outing, 2 others failed. Do not be fooled bt the statement "Marine quality solder" referring to the tinning of the wires in the back. This product is not water resistant at all. I'd rather twist two wires together. That is a step up in reliability. August 4, 2008
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poor quality switches Like the other reviews, it only worked a few times. I had it on a pontoon boat in Wisconsin...no salt water, just a little rain and soon all switches were shot. Just finished replacing it with a competitors panel. Wish I had read the reviews first. April 14, 2008
Rated 1 out of 5 by Wish I had read the reviews My experience was much like the other reviews. This panel and saltwater don't work together. December 4, 2007
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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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