Alright lets start this over. After getting spanked for a crappy multiple question rambling with terrible schematics to go with it, a few pointers of what I missed in the data sheets, I have a new plan and two questions.
Question one: Hopefully this schematic is a little clearer than the last ones, but will this work to replace the 3 wire 3-way rocker switch to automate the switching process of my PWM speed controller I am currently using to adjust both the strength and manually change direction of a magnetic solenoid?
And Question two: Does the PWM isolate the inductive load from the solenoid so I do not need to protect the relay from it in the switching wires as is shown in the inductive load wiring schematic in the third image linked or do I still have to wire it with the inductive load protection? And I guess as a second part to this question, if I do not need the inductive load protection, is it a good idea anyway to put a diode facing the PWM from the "switch" for safety of the relay should the PWM ever short out.
I apologize that the schematics symbols are still not completely correct and there was no option available to make the wires jump over in a non connection junction, so for all intents and purposes all crossing wires are not connected unless there is a dot. And the relay symbol does not show it but the relays do have a internal fly-back diode as shown in image 3 attached.
SSR's DC60s3 and DC60s3-B Link: http://www.crydom.com/en/products/catalog/dc60-series-dc-panel-mount.pdf
Potentiometer/motor controller Link: https://www.amazon.com/uniquegoods-Upgraded-Controller-Reversible-Adjustable/dp/B01M26YWXZ/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1517794790&sr=1-1-fkmr0&keywords=50v+reversible+bmw+motor+control