Originally Posted by brow
yup, product number 73470 are the ones I got from delcity. Is there a specific reason why the indicator light would need to be run off the switch side of the relay and not the accesory side?
There's no reason you cant run the led off the high amp side if you want. It seems like a lot of extra work since usually the indicator light will be next to the switch and you already have a lead going to the relay that will only have power when both switches are in the same direction. Thats basically the reason I did my second diagram with the bed being the first switch in the loop to make it easiest to display the led.
Not exactly sure how you're running the light power to the bed, but unless you're running the power down the center console, it'd take a 5-6 feet extra wire just for the indicator. Unless you're thinking of adding an indicator light for the switch in the bed, which really isn't necessary since you have the actual lights themselves for that.
I put the surf n turf switches into my panel as well and they do look quite nice, but with that I'm limited to only 6 switches in a single din area (I have a 1 din head unit and use the bottom din for my switch panel instead of a shelf). I'm thinking of moving everything to the mini rockers that are 1/3 the size of the large ones and making cutouts above the switch to put icons on some type of transparency. It then will give me a way to see the light in the dark (I'll run the backlight off the same wire that does the backlight of the dash), and lets me add in a few more things I've been wanting to play with doing, like bed lights, backup lights, roll bar lights, and maybe even some rock lights. Then there's wiring in a compressor as well and I wouldn't mind a slot for a usb charger. So much to do and so little space...