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my new lights

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what yall think? took about 3 days(1st day bracket,2nd painted, 3rd installed)
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Looks great, nice work man.
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Nice job and sturdy. I remember on cut,chop, rebuild they changed the front lights on a Porsche and they used plumbers tape (that thin metal with holes in it). They should take a lesson from you.
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Nice job and sturdy. I remember on cut,chop, rebuild they changed the front lights on a Porsche and they used plumbers tape (that thin metal with holes in it). They should take a lesson from you.
My dad says better to do it once than having to fix it often. He made the bracket I painted it and bolted it on, BTW that bolt was hard as mess to remove the 1st time,I had to borrow his air ratchet
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Looks good..

Nice Work...
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nice fabercation.. looks good...
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looks nice man..nice and simply bracket.
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Nice work on the install, one thing though I done mean to sound like an *** but wouldnt it look better with larger lights?
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^x2, but at least the hard part of mounting is done, if you ever do decide to go up in diameter.
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looks real nice. good job on the metal fab part. good work
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looks good!
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I like it!
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yea I tried to fit the stock ranger fog in there but they didnt fit 2 good. I picked these b/c I wanted them to match my headlights and corners...
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i like em.
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Nice job Cody....Now ya gotta change your avatar...
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much better then the last valance by far
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Nice job. Ive been wanting to change mine too.
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very nice, now slam that *****!
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