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light mount built in with rear cab light

has anyone on here ever made one of these brackets. i saw one in summit but they dont make them for rangers. they make them for 1999 and up f150s. would that work if i ordered one for an f150?

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I don't think it will work. The lights are totally different. Why not just mount them on your bumper?
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because this is cool and different and i want to make one it would be sweet and i used my front bumper to run over little trees everyone and awhile
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Brush guard, push bar, light bar, roll bar. Sorry I just am not a fan of the idea.
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and im not a fan of your front bumper
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because this is cool and different and i want to make one it would be sweet and i used my front bumper to run over little trees everyone and awhile
Ever hear of tread lightly?
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^^^^ ????? i dont understand what that has to do with it
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^^^^ ????? i dont understand what that has to do with it
Doesn't surprise me.

I'll just leave it at that. Go ahead and read through that site if you wish. Probably won't, though.
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Your the reason trails are getting shut down all over the place. You can't just go out and destroy the environment. Take a look at the link.
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its on my own property no where else. there is not place to wheel around me that i have to make my own trail and i do all my wheeling on my own property so im not to worried about destroying the environment
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So what about the next people that acquire your property after you're done destroying it?
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my property has been in my family for 100 years and my parents plan on living here till they die then i get it so im going to have it for a long time and then my kids will get it. im not on public trails and destroying things. how do you think those trails were made in the first place. i use my truck to do a lot more than most people.
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I have seen those brackets mounted on trucks and it looks stupid but thats just what I think. To each his own
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yeah i have never seen one on a truck i will make one if i get one but idk money is tight.

thanks Michael for not *****ing at my for doing stuff on my own property
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