|I am wondering if I can order them?|
|Try a Sanger dealer. |
Check this out. I was there looking for switches for my Sanger yesterday. They may not match but they have waterproof rocker switches for about $14.00 each. Look under the electrical section, then switches.
Hope this helps.
|Good find Chris. |
|I found it. It is t&w electronics. they are the manufacturer. i am calling them shortly and will let you guys know.|
How did you find that out? What do the switches look like?
I have been trying to find out who makes the switches on the Calabria with the little lights in them because Calabria has all of them miswired.
Let me know if you know anything, or if the Sanger switches are the same ones.
|Hey Ty - |
On a totally separate subject...been thinking about making a move to the CWB Absolute from the Vero. Wondering if you're happy with it?
|Love it but get the 2003. It is awesome. The 2003 has one of the largest rockers in the industry and is a 3 stage. I wish I had waited.|
|I called sanger and found someone to give me the number. here is a pic of ours. |
|I have the same question about the Nautique 2001 model ('88). |
I know you can get the switches from SKIDIM. But those are the version where you can shift the wires on... Personly I think the s**ks. Are there some same switches where you can screw the wires into them???
|For sanger: |
t&w electronics-800-531-8409 ask for don
part numbers for the dpdt 3 position and the 30 amp breaker are:
|Excellent work TY! |
Just ordered 3 switches/breakers.
|Anytime. You ordered 3? Why? I ordered 2 to have one as a replacement. Am I missing something by not ordering 3? |
Keep me posted on which way you are going on your system. If you decide on the simer, I can give you that number. I am leaning that way and keeping a attwood 750 throw over on board for a backup. Getting that water line off was very easy with the heat gun.
|I'm using 1 switch for the center sack and the other two for the right and left sides. I have some oddly shaped friends, so being able to control the weight left to right is key... |
(Message edited by dcervenka on December 09, 2002)