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Looking for a handy place to mount your accessory switches that doesn?t require cutting or other modifications? The Rugged Ridge A-Pillar Switch Pod for Wranglers has pre-molded cutouts to allow you to mount up to four aftermarket switches in easy reach on the driver?s side A-pillar (switches not included). Mounting your switches up and out of the way from the shifter makes the switches easier to reach and use. Each A pillar pod is textured to match your factory interior for the ultimate look and is easy to install. Simply remove the original equipment A-pillar cover and replace with the Switch Pod. Purchase the A-Pillar Pod and four multi color Rocker switches all together and save! 3-year limited warranty.
Will the switch that comes with the KC lights fit in this switch pod, or do I need to order the switches, too?
Asked by KellyQ from LaPlata, MD on
Hey KellyQ, the Rugged Ridge A-Pillar Switch Pod would need to be used with the Rugged Ridge switches. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from LaPlata, MD on
Wish to order the swtitches for a-pillar, but can't find the part #.
Asked by smaynearchery from Richmond Hill, Ga on
Hello! Here are all of the switches that will fit the a-pillar pod for your JK Wrangler! http://jo.my/a-pillar_switches We have several color choices available.
Answered by Aaron S. from Richmond Hill, Ga on
Rugged Ridge was established in 2005 by the company Omix-ADA to focus on innovative aftermarket Jeep accessories. Many of Rugged Ridge's recent designs are so innovative they have been patented. This includes their floor liners, snorkel and XHD Modular Bumpers. Since 2005 Rugged Ridge has developed and manufactured over 3,000 kinds of Jeep related products. All Rugged Ridge Jeep accessories are trail rated. The Omix-ADA founder came from a family that owned a small Jeep dealership. It was the founder's dream from a young age to own a company that made accessories for Jeeps. The founder manifested the dream in 1992. Shop Rugged Ridge Now