About 4 years ago I bought a Centech wiring kit for my 69 CJ5 with 225 engine. Since then I look at it on the shelf in my shop and think I really should do this. But I can't bring myself to rip out a running electrical system and start over. I know I should, My under dash is a real mess of wires every where but it all works fine and in several years off driving it there have been no problems. If I can get the courage how should I proceed? Should I just tear out everything and start from scratch installing the kit? OR try to parallel it a little at a time? A big part of my question is the dash. I bought a new fiberglass dash back then also and if I'm going to do this I'd like to pre build a nice clean dash. I'm thinking though I'd have to build steel brackets for the steering column support I think (I have Herm's P/S kit with the stock column) and build some kind of support for the radio. I'm thinking I'll move the CB out of the dash and hang it somewhere else (it is really small). My thinking is also to buy a switch panel from Summit for all the switches and ignition switch. Since I don't really drive this on the street I'd leave off the CJ instrument cluster and just use my GPS for Speedo when I drive it. I already have Oil, Volts, and temp gauges and would add a fuel gauge. I really don't ever drive it in the dark so I could do the stock lights and driving lights over time. My winch is a direct wire to the battery although I'm thinking I'll install a dual battery switch I have under the hood and run the hot winch line into that. That way I can just turn off the entire system when it is parked. I also have dual line locks, one front and one rear that will need a switch that matches everything. I know there are really a lot of questions here, but has anybody done something similar and what kind of advice might you all have for me?