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Old 06-01-2015, 03:48 PM
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The final piece of the puzzle is completed for my Layton build! I've been working with Mike at International Marine Service on a dash panel design. The dash is going to house two Garmin 7610xsv units which will be flush mounted. Buttons are push on and then push off. They can't be combined into a combo switch for lights say like a Nav and Anchor since they don't come in a double throw style switch. There will be a separate fuse block in the console since there is no breaker since these don't "trip off". Now the boat is pretty much ready to be fully rigged so we can get her wet.

This IMHO was well worth the wait and my hats off to Mike at International Marine for making this a reality. Mike my friend, thank you
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Very nicely done and professional looking..What is the width and height of this panel. I would like to measure to see if it will fit my application for a 2004 31' Contender console.
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looks like you have room for a pair of 7612's!
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What brand switches are those?
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Originally Posted by ESells View Post
Very nicely done and professional looking..What is the width and height of this panel. I would like to measure to see if it will fit my application for a 2004 31' Contender console.
Custom fit.. you tell Mike the size and he builds it to your specs.
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looks like you have room for a pair of 7612's!
Lol perhaps but they'd be very tight and the wallet all the lighter too.
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Originally Posted by Dawnskaybug View Post
What brand switches are those?
Thanks Nitro and as for the switches, not sure call Mike at International Marine
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Originally Posted by Badbagger View Post
Lol perhaps but they'd be very tight and the wallet all the lighter too.
true but looks bada$$!

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That it does Pas. The depth of the 12" would have been extremely tight by the time I added my switches so I ended up with the two 7610 units. Mike was tremendous to work with and can customize to individual needs.
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great dash BB... best i ever seen ... great job Mike did ...
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Originally Posted by jaxy View Post
great dash BB... best i ever seen ... great job Mike did ...
Thanks but Mike and crew at International Marine deserve the credit. I'm just very lucky

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