ARB makes a two-slot universal switch bracket and a three-slot model. I ordered the two-slot bracket because I'm doing two stories about the Air Locker and the first one concentrates on the rear only. You'll need one slot for the ARB compressor switch (called the isolation switch on the instruction sheet) and one switch for each Air Locker. I'll order the three-slot model and modify that when the time comes.
The term "universal" usually means that it doesn't fit anything exactly and that you'll have to use your own ingenuity and imagination to make it fit your application. I enjoy finding solutions, so universal parts have my name all over them.
The switches snap perfectly into the ARB bracket as expected. I used a pre-stamped corner gusset, a bit of .080 plate, and a short length of .125 flat bar to complete the bill of materials. The paint is Seymour Cast Blast, which seems to blend well with the factory dash color. Per the instruction sheet, I had to leave room behind the switch faces for the rest of the switches and the wiring.
The ARB wire harness is nicely labeled and color coded. When the wiring is done I'll tuck it into sprial wrap and split loom. The wiring will be exposed, but it'll be easy to get to should the need arise.
It looks like the bracket interferes with the OEM hazard light switch. Clearance is tight, but the hazard light switch and the ARB switch bracket don't contact one another.