Originally Posted by Wanderer-RRORC
What about putting some conduit running down both sides? That way you could pull wire in the future..
As I have a solid raised roof with a lot of open space above the original factory roof I ran 1.5" PVC pluming down each side tucked away close to the fiberglass top inside surface. Halfway back I inserted a Tee fitting pointing upwards in case I need or want something powered or controlled in the middle.
Keep in mind I'm creating an "electrical center" that'll house accessory power distribution, relays and fuse panels that can be added to as need arises. I've also ran a section of PVC from the right side to the left side midway back that will be above the headliner as another wire chase.
So far I've run my Whelen strobe emergency flashers and wiring for electronic dead bolt locks that'll be added when motivation kicks in. Next up will be a side-door (hinged) PDL switch that works in conjunction with factory PDL switches. Also a switch for controlling the overhead lighting where a front cabin, right side and rear door will have provisions for connecting to those overhead lights. That way they can be turned on or off from any location.