I'm going to be getting my grille guard and auxiliary lighting next week, and I want to do some side-facing lights for camping and stuff. I really don't want to find a roof rack to mount them in, as I think it would look pretty silly on a Ranger.
Anyways, here's my plan. I want to mount some small (2x6" or so) lights in the side windows (back doors). The recesses for the glass are a great place to mount some floods, and you could even open the doors and pivot them to aim the lights a bit (obviously not when you're driving!) I was looking at the KC Series 26
lamps but I'm not sure they'd be bright enough, since I have Ford's stock privacy glass. I still want to get a really good amount of light out of the side.
I'm fairly new to the off-road and lighting stuff, so any tips for fitting some nice bright floods in there would be great! (The area is about 3" deep and roughly 8" across. How much space they take up vertically isn't much of an issue since I use convex mirrors, which render the windows useless.)