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Old 05-18-2012
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Roof mounted light bar

Hey guys, I recently picked up a light bar for my roof, its a "carr" bar, with a few lights on it. Just wondered what you guys thought the best way to mount it would be, or if anyone could think of any ideas other then drilling into my cab.
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is it a directional light bar? or one like that goes on the roof of cop cars?

anyway, you could try adapting it to a thule roof rack mount? maybe?
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Pics?
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Pics of the light bar would help a little.
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it looks alot like this, im just taking some pics with my phone to put up of the side of them, the guy i bought it off just had them screwed into the cab of his fx4

http://carr.com/light-bars/m-profile-light-bar.html
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theres a couple of pics, (i hope they work im computer dummy) but like i said the last guy screwed them into his cab, a buddy suggested a magnet strip?
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Look up redneckstone on here. He is a member that had a similar one. I'll post tw link when I get in my computer again.

It should mount in the door opening.
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oh that kind of light bar. haha. sorry i work with bucket trucks all day. but yeah if that is just a screw on base, I'm sure you can adapt it to thule mounts.
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Look up redneckstone on here. He is a member that had a similar one. I'll post tw link when I get in my computer again.

It should mount in the door opening.
ya i looked up redneckstone but it doesnt let me see much on his profile let alone any pictures, and i know it mounts in the door opening, behind t he rubber seal that i need to peel part of it off, just hesitent to get a drill out and put some holes in...
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