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I can't seem to find a smallish weatherproof relay box/mount. I've got some driving lights I need to wire up but won't without a relay, so anyone know where I can get one? IIRC my relay is a 5 Pin.
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All relays are relatively waterproof, just mount it wires down and in a semi dry place and you'll be fine.


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Aaron might know how to rig one, see'en how he does all that boat stuff


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You should also use di-electric grease on it too. Be generous with it in the wire ends!

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good thinking, I forget about that stuff
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I mounted the wires properly and used di-electric grease as well. It worked out readily.


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