Please Welcome sPOD to RamForum!

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  1. BIRDMAN

    BIRDMAN Administrator Staff Member

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    Does this mean that sPod is coming to RAM? Would be great to have an sPod to fit the switch blank in the middle of my '14 dash!
     
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    yes would be great if they made a cheaper aftermarket alternative to the stock 4 aux switch plate for the newer rams also...
     
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  4. sPOD guy

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    sPOD and the RAM trucks.....

    We manufacture power distribution and switch control systems for aftermarket electrical accessories.
    Our systems were originally designed for 1997 - 2014 Jeep Wranglers, Toyota Tacoma's and FJ-Cruisers.
    2014 will be our break-in to the truck market year. We have sold many systems to truck owners (Especially the RAM trucks) and have found out that there is a huge need for our products for trucks!
    Below are the pictures of our current set-up. It's a pretty simple install and is considered more of a mechanical install as opposed to an electrical install. Just one small cable will go thru the firewall.
    Basically our systems lay the foundation for aftermarket electrical accessory installations. We created an independent source/central location for powering and controlling these electrical accessories by keeping customers off the CAN-Bus system and OEM electrics! The only thing we share in common with the trucks electrical is the battery!
    Let's say you purchased a set of off-road lights, they usually come with a relay, fuse and a switch. We supply all the mentioned items, so all that you have to do is cut that stuff off and take the two leads (positive and negative) wires directly from the lights and attach them directly to our Source (the relay/fuse box) and your done! No more running wires into the cab, no more cutting into the dash and no more finding a place to stash a relay and running multiple wires to the battery. Just pop the appropriate fuse in that location (we supply three 30AMP and three 15AMP fuses).
    This system is so new that we have not even made the installation instruction yet! For those of you that are familiar with the sPOD, you can count on full color simple pictured instructions just like we use for the Jeeps.
    Should I do it myself? - YouTube

    Some videos
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    Stangshcky12 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Any more updates on this?
     
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    Nice!!!! And I just happen to have a 2014 JK that I'm doing up. A forum discount could come in handy.
     
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    yeah I def want one!
     
  8. Cormier3288

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    Love the idea. Do you have a set up for 2011 Ram Outdoorsman Regular Cab?
     
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    I could see many uses for that....
     
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    I believe this is the setup you are looking for...

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    Second photo in sPOD's post above...
     

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