Following my post for my auxiliary fuse block install (http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...k-install.html), I got quite a few inquiries on producing some extra mounting panels.
So here's the deal:
I will be making the panel I used in my install for anyone who wants one. The panels are CNC cut from 1/8" corrosion resistant aluminum. I offer a couple of different finishes: powder coated black or bead blasted. I can also include custom hole patterns for accessories.,I would just need the measurements. I will also be including stainless steel hardware that will allow you to bolt the plate up to the threaded holes on the fenderwall.
The way it will run is that whoever is interested can send me a PM with what option panel they want (from the list below). Payment will be via PayPal and once payment is received I will get the panel shipped out (depending on my inventory level). I do have a full time job (in Oil and Gas, no less, which operates 24/7/365) and I am doing this on the side just to help out fellow owners (after all is said and done I don't make too much off of these). So please bare with me on production times. I will ship USPS as they are the cheapest and easiest.
All panels will come with the necessary stainless steel fasteners to mount it to the truck and to mount the support bracket.
Currently, my design fits the following models:
2005-current manual/automatic without ATRAC
2005-current automatic with ATRAC
So here is the current price break down:
Option 1: panel with pre-drilled hole patterns for Blue Sea 5026 fuse block and Blue Sea model 187 surface mount breaker and powder coated black - $75 shipped inside continental US
Option 2: blank panel with mounting holes only and bead blasted finish - $60 Shipped inside continental US
Option 3: custom hole patterns drilled based on customer providing hole pattern dimensions of desired hardware - $65 shipped inside continental US
Support bracket including black powder coating - $7
Black powder coating if your panel doesn't already come with it - $15
If you have any questions or I did not cover something, certainly let me know and I'll clear it up. Thanks guys!
Here's some pics of the original panel, and how it looks like mounted:
Customer's custom finishing (he bought a blank panel and drilled his own bolt patterns):
Here are some renderings of the CURRENT DESIGN that fits ATRAC (automatics) or non-ATRAC models:
Customer's install with ATRAC:
Let me know if you have any questions!