anybody use this bilge switch from jetmaniac ,does it hold up pretty well?

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#4
I'm using it on a ski i just got running. one thing i like is that it clicks on the first time you push it then clicks off on the 2nd push (so you don't have to hold it on)- and it has a good positive feel to it. my only real complaint is that it is a bit bulky, and on the spendy side. no regrets on getting it tho and like mike said - jm seems to only rep solid parts.
 
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I had the same switch but I got it from AJS...I think they are actually from the very first Kawa 440 start/stop switches......quality is really good, but it lost its toggle function after about a year...(you have to hold it in to keep the contact closed) so pretty useless now and its very expensive for a switch....I now use the military spec switches that OCD sells... they are bullet proof (but not handlebar mounted)
 

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I had the same switch but I got it from AJS...I think they are actually from the very first Kawa 440 start/stop switches......quality is really good, but it lost its toggle function after about a year...(you have to hold it in to keep the contact closed) so pretty useless now and its very expensive for a switch....I now use the military spec switches that OCD sells... they are bullet proof (but not handlebar mounted)


nope.
 
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