[Healeys] Adding Switches to a BT7

HealeyRick healeyrik at gmail.com
Sat Feb 4 13:33:28 MST 2017


Take a look at where I mounted my Halda Speedpilot:
 It fits into an "L" shaped bracket that is secured by the two screws that
hold the air controls to the bottom of the dash.  You could make up a panel
to fit your switches in the same fashion and maybe cover it with the same
material as your dash.  Holden has a nice push button horn switch that
would be easier to activate than a toggle:
 Look around on their website, they have just about any switch you could
want for an LBC

Happy Healeying,
Rick Neville

On Fri, Feb 3, 2017 at 5:07 PM, Mike Tobin <ahbt71 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hey Y'all,
> About ready to install and wire the dash on the BT7 and looking for ideas
> on how to add a couple switches without cutting any holes in the dash.
> I'll be installing a DW safety steering column which has no stator tube so
> I need  homes for the indicators and the horn.  Thinking a two position
> switch and a momentary switch.
> Thanks and Cheers,
> Mike Tobin
> Townsend, Montana
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