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Old 03-10-2004, 02:35 PM
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Ron Francis Headlight Switch,HL-03- Cross Reference??

Anybody know if this cross references to a standard GM, Ford,Mopar, etc. head light switch? I need one 'kinda quick.

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Don't know for sure but I doubt it. Ron Francis uses a lot of proprietary stuff in his kits, especially the circuit panel. I can almost guarantee you can get one from him ..... at a higher price than you'd pay anywhere else though.

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ACR, I have an older head light switch from Ron Francis. It was provided for a kit for Chevy powered street rod. Its the pull on/push of type, first click is parking lights, second is head lights and rotate all the way left is interior lights and then all the way right takes you from full bright instrument lights to full dim. There is a built in circuit breaker. If this is what you need, I'll send it to you as soon as I can find it.

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Trees, Thank You Sir. I'll PM you my address. Can I pay you something? At least pay you the postage? ACR
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