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Keep It Clean Wiring - GM Headlight Switch with Billet Knob Swit

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Keep It Clean Wiring - GM Headlight Switch with Billet Knob Swit

Product description

Keep It Clean's headlight switch offers CAD design engineering that provides smooth operation! Keep It Clean's unique screw-on design offers a clean, smooth look and makes installation a snap. Includes a high-class polished billet knob w/ Oring.

Wire your ride right the 1st time, wire your ride w/ Keep It Clean!

Feature :: Head Light Switch And Billet Knob
Includes :: Switch, Shaft amp; Knob
Terminals :: 8
Terminal Material :: Brass
Resistor :: Built In
Resistor Base :: Ceramic
Switch Base :: Plastic
Mounting :: Bezel Nut Included
Position :: 2
Input Shaft :: 4.2mm Triangular
Height :: 1.6" (41mm)
Length :: 3.26" (82mm)
Depth :: 1.8" (47mm)
Shaft Release :: Push Button
Mounting Base :: Metal Zinc Coated
Knob Material :: Aluminum
Knob Finish :: Polsihed
Shaft :: 4.2mm Triangle Zinc Metal
Knob Diameter :: .74" (18mm)
Knob Length :: .72" (18.5mm)
Over All Shaft Length :: 3.9" (99mm)
Shaft Length :: 2.8" (73mm)
Feature :: Low Power Consumption
Feature :: Low Heat
Feature :: Detailed Instructions
Feature :: Limited Lifetime Warranty
Feature :: Toll Free Tech Support.

Keep It Clean Wiring - GM Headlight Switch with Billet Knob Swit

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