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UPDATE FINISHED!

its all nice and muddy from my trip yesterday into the mtns.



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Looks like it turned out great. I like how the lights are out of the way.

Did you wire a switch so you could flip them on when backing up or did you wire them to your reverse lights?
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there wired on there own switch. i also have 2 lights under the bumper on there own switch. i like to switch them on when the trucks running. i know i could put a switch in to overide the back up liht switch but id rather melt wires i ran then the trucks harness.


ill get a pic of my rearward light on in a night or two.
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great job man......looks really good
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ok semi got around to getting a lighted picture. havent run wires yet for the light been to lazy but i hooked them up to a jumpstart pack i have and snaped a few pics.




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holy lights
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now is that rattle can....or have you gotten it powdered??
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its rattle can for now....i have a few holes to drill yet. so id rather ess up paint then a nice expensive powdercoat.
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Yea.....i'm at the same stage with mine too......I want to add tie down hooks to the side, which i'll have to get someone to do for me as the last time I TIG welded was like 5 years ago. lol.....aluminum, ya know. Trying to find some high/low LEDs that will fit so i can have turn/brake/and tail lights on the headache rack. I might get sick of searching....and just have it coated next week. lol.

Lookin' good there mr old halloween cat guy. lol.
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