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Old 08-23-2013, 07:41 PM   #261
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To verify fitment with 2013s, does anyone have a picture available of that region of their engine bay? I have sold a couple to some 2012 guys but not sure if they changed it up for the 2013s.
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Old 08-23-2013, 07:57 PM   #262
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To verify fitment with 2013s, does anyone have a picture available of that region of their engine bay? I have sold a couple to some 2012 guys but not sure if they changed it up for the 2013s.
Actually, eazyrider711 was kind enough to send me a couple of pictures of his 2013. The space looks exactly the same. Can someone now just verify that their measurement between the two fender mounting holes is 3 inches?
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Actually, eazyrider711 was kind enough to send me a couple of pictures of his 2013. The space looks exactly the same. Can someone now just verify that their measurement between the two fender mounting holes is 3 inches?
Ive got some pics of the atrac, 6speed one that I have and has a 12 fuse pos and negative terminals, and a 150 breaker just need a better made one
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Here is a 2011 6spd atrac one that was made just need a better quality one made



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Unfortunately the answer to this question is still no. The clutch reservoir takes up so much additional space it may not even be possible to add a 12 gang box. With my current ATRAC panel design (for autos) there is not much extra room at all on the panel due to the ATRAC electronics taking up some space. Having the truck available and looking at the space there, do you think you would be able to fit a fuse box and a breaker in that space? There are a couple of pictures of the ATRAC panel on pages 12 and 13 of this thread. You'll see what I mean about the lack of space caused by the reservoir. Although having never had the opportunity to see the space in person I may be wrong.



I have not gotten all of the measurements I would need for a first gen model. If someone could PM me about it we can work through email to come up with a design though.



I just looked through all of my PMs and I did not receive a message from your username. Did you send it under a different name or something?


I hope not. I can't see my sent mail! Crap!.. Can I still purchase the plate and not have to wait in line again?
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Unfortunately the answer to this question is still no. The clutch reservoir takes up so much additional space it may not even be possible to add a 12 gang box. With my current ATRAC panel design (for autos) there is not much extra room at all on the panel due to the ATRAC electronics taking up some space. Having the truck available and looking at the space there, do you think you would be able to fit a fuse box and a breaker in that space? There are a couple of pictures of the ATRAC panel on pages 12 and 13 of this thread. You'll see what I mean about the lack of space caused by the reservoir. Although having never had the opportunity to see the space in person I may be wrong.
I actually currently have a panel in there that holds a 6 with neg bus and a circuit breaker. It's definitely possible to get a 12 in there.. The one I have now was made by a friend that isn't doing fab work any longer. I could always make one myself but I wanted to see what you'd be able to do for me. Here is a picture of my current setup.

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Old 08-26-2013, 06:43 PM   #267
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I actually currently have a panel in there that holds a 6 with neg bus and a circuit breaker. It's definitely possible to get a 12 in there.. The one I have now was made by a friend that isn't doing fab work any longer. I could always make one myself but I wanted to see what you'd be able to do for me. Here is a picture of my current setup.

Thanks for posting your set ups guys! This is something like I was considering. Were the mounting bolts hard to get to on the one pictured above?

Also, I have added/edited information in the OP to reflect prices and options.

I'll be working with my laser guy in the next day or two to get an order put together for the current designs.

Thanks again for yall's support!
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Thanks for posting your set ups guys! This is something like I was considering. Were the mounting bolts hard to get to on the one pictured above?

Also, I have added/edited information in the OP to reflect prices and options.

I'll be working with my laser guy in the next day or two to get an order put together for the current designs.

Thanks again for yall's support!
No it was actually quite easy to get to the bolts. Just gets harder and harder as I get more wires running underneath there haha

please let me know if your going to be able to put something together for the manual guys. I can get you measurement inside the engine bay if you need them.

Also, you think it would be possible to make one up with one of the sides folded down on a 90 degree angle to allow more relays to be mounted??
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Interested in one for a 2013. Keep us updated on the fitment.
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Old 09-03-2013, 11:28 AM   #270
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Interested in one for a 2013 Sport DCLB with slits like MikeyMcFly's if at all possible. Thanks!
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Old 09-06-2013, 10:49 AM   #271
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Got mine, love it! I will post pics when I get time this weekend!
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Send that gear north!

Also interested in one for a 2013. Nice work!
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Old 09-09-2013, 07:46 AM   #273
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Just curious if you still make these, I have sent PM with no response.

Any opinions on going with a Bussman 15303-5 with the built in relays over the Blue Seas with external relays??
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Actually, eazyrider711 was kind enough to send me a couple of pictures of his 2013. The space looks exactly the same. Can someone now just verify that their measurement between the two fender mounting holes is 3 inches?
Yes it is
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Old 09-16-2013, 08:26 PM   #275
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I believe I sent a PM a few days ago,

I am interested, are you still making these?
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I assume you can ground relays to this? It looks like some pics show relays being grounded to this.
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Old 09-30-2013, 10:35 AM   #279
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Installed mine. Came out great.
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How are you guys getting it to install nice and flat? Am I trying to put the brace in the wrong spot?
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