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View Poll Results: Light bar, yes or no?
yes, its a good mounting system 35 71.43%
No, it sucks 14 28.57%
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Old 05-06-2009
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Those guys have ***** not to wear helmets inside that truck with a roll bar.
either ***** or plain stupid?
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If you do buy the Light bar get the low profile one, They look much better and closer to the truck.
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Heres a bunch of answers for you guys.

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i voted yes as well, it will look good. i want one too, but i wouldnt fit in the garage anymore
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i like it. i do get scared to park in parking garages though
Thats why I got the Rota one.






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What is everyone doing in the woods at night to need so many lights?
I ask you, Why Not Have So Many Lights???

Besides, its a great way to have road rage if some douche cuts you off (not that I would use it for that )

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how do they mount (bolt into roof???) and what kinna price they got on em?



Before I screwed it in, I applied silicone.

I bought mine for under $150 shipped, including the Explorer mounting bracket.
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yes being i had a KC One lol
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i had a kc light bar and never had any problems...

i liked the look too.
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Oh, like on the Class 7s?



(4x2 owners dream, lol)
i want to have that parked infront of my house...
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Well being that the KC ones aren't being made anymore, its either a CARR or find a used KC one.

And I kinda feel like the one difference that I've seen between the two is the mounting "arms" I guess you can call it.


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so how do you guys run your wiring w/o having a big ol' cluster ****?
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the lightbar and lights look really good,Keith!
not my truck... yet. I feel this mod might be in the not so distant future.
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