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angle iron light bar

where do i mount one of these inside the grille if i were to use l brackets? im really intrested in making one of these instead of spending 100+ bucks on a light bar.
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You have a 96 ranger if I remember right. Lights wont do to well behind your grille. If it was honey comb id say do it. And pull off your grille and look around for metal that is either part of frame or directly connected to the frame. imagination. use it
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ive got a 97 ranger. i would like to make an angle iron light bar. i know that you use l brackets to mount the light bar. where should i attach the other end of the l bracket to the inside of the grille so the bar sits above the bumper?
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