Hey Joe here a couple of pics. You will need a switch and a batt cable. Just messure how far from the batt to where you are going to mount the switch and thats how long a cable you will need. Maybe get it just a little longer, better to be safe than sorry. Most auto parts stores will have these cables already pre made in differnt leanths. Just disconnect the ground side of the batt, run it to one side of the switch. Run your new cable from the other side of the switch to the ground side of the batt. Keep in mind I mounted my switch where I did because the original ground side batt cable would reach it without having to extend it. Hope that makes sense.
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