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Old 07-06-2007
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hmmm, i kinda like that dont have to worry about the push bar. How did you mount those on there, did you just make your own holes? I need to replace my bumper it was dented in before i got it not bad, but im going to replace it. May set the lights up when i do that.
i have a light wing. it bolts into the license plate holes, then at the end of each wing, there are holes to mount your lights. you can mount up to 4 lights on mine.
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hmmm buncha amateurs around here.......


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Personally, it doesnt matter what you use as long as u like what you have. I got the kc 150's their nice,. i had a bulb burn out a cpl weeks ago, had them for a year. cost me $5 to send it back and they sent me a new bulb no questions asked.

as far as wiring, I use outdoor extension cord. 3 wire. all in one neat and easy to run 'harness'. if you have never ran wires before go get a 50ft extension cord with all 3 wires and use that. KC's mickey mouse harness is a joke.
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Dave what about fuses and such?
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Hey, i was at autozone, getting some things for the truck, light bulbs, oil and such. I seen a couple magnetic lights that go on top of the truck, has anyone used these? This would allow me to put lights in the back. The only thing im not sure about is where to run the wires to so it doesnt look like crap. If i wanted i could even switch them out later. The magnet is the mount. Just wanting some opinions to see if anyone has tried that yet.
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hmmm buncha amateurs around here.......


j/k

Personally, it doesnt matter what you use as long as u like what you have. I got the kc 150's their nice,. i had a bulb burn out a cpl weeks ago, had them for a year. cost me $5 to send it back and they sent me a new bulb no questions asked.

as far as wiring, I use outdoor extension cord. 3 wire. all in one neat and easy to run 'harness'. if you have never ran wires before go get a 50ft extension cord with all 3 wires and use that. KC's mickey mouse harness is a joke.
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if you need more ideas...

this is my write-up w' pics for the wiring/relay/switch install:

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...hlight=install

here are a couple pics that I played around with for some light mounts (brush guard and roll bar)

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=38248

good luck!
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