I have a Sport Trac. The problem is that it has a sunroof and a integrated roof rack. So I am not sure that the KC light bar wold work. It was my first thought though. The reason that I want to do this is because I drive up a canyon to work each day (65 miles one way). I want the ability to have the extra light when needed and removable at other times.
Originally Posted by RockysFord
Im confused on what you want....but no they dont have to be grounded....at least my KC's dont.....you have a positive and negative wire.....
Ive always wanted to get a roof light bar have 2 lights going forward and 2 backwards, but i dont wheel my truck anymore so i dont need it
Basicly I want to mont 3 or 4 KC's to the cross bar (the bar going width wise) with a plug, probabaly the weatherpak one Chuck sugested, so I can remove the them when needed.
Originally Posted by LILBLUE04FX4L2
over head lights are a bit of a problem off roading in the woods
great for open field or desert wheeling - but in the woods they catch on everything
run two wires from the fenders to above the lights to help run branches over your set up
I don't really want/need them for offroad adventures, so much as ilumination on dark canyon roads. For christmas I bought my truck a westin one peice bull bar with brush gaurd (and off of the subject a little but I also got her a set of Aries Automive tail light gaurds too) that I plan on monting lights to for off road fun.
2004 Sport Trac- Westin Bull bar, Aries Automotive Tail light gaurds
1994 Ranger XLT Super Cab (Still for sale :( )- 31 BFs, 3 inch lift, 4 KC 100W Daylighters, Custom rack
1999 Eclipse GSX- eibach 2.25 drop, T3/04E 60 trim, Borla exhaust, and a few other odss and ends
2004 Ninja EX250 F18- still stock
1986 RX7 GXL- You don't want to know whats been done
2000 Civic EX- Wife's new car
Last edited by speed_racer_801; 12-24-2006 at 12:49 AM.