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View Poll Results: Should I put rectangluar with round?
It looks good, do it. 1 7.14%
It looks bad, don't do it. 11 78.57%
Doesn't matter 1 7.14%
Try something like this(write idea in post) 1 7.14%
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Mixing styles of lights

I was thinking about putting 6 rectangluar lights on my rollbar, and putting the 3 - 6" round ones on light tabs.

Do you think it will look bad? Anybody have pics of this set up?
I am expecting an opinion from Stone here...anxious to see what he has to say...
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dont do that
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one word....EW.....

dont even run retangle lights those are so fugly
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I am expecting an opinion from Stone here...anxious to see what he has to say...

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one word....EW.....

dont even run retangle lights those are so fugly
Was it everything you thought it would be? lol

My fiancee's brother has a couple rectangle lights on his cherokee, I don't like em. I think round would be much better.
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Was it everything you thought it would be? lol

My fiancee's brother has a couple rectangle lights on his cherokee, I don't like em. I think round would be much better.
LOL and one more thing they better be KC lights!!!
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I'd go with an every other thing. one Round and one square, Oh and make sure they are those crappy Northern Tool, lawn tractor lights, thos Kick A$$

Cheap Lawn tractor Light > KC Lights!

I'd also reccommend selling the Ranger and buying a Tempo

Tempo with a Brush guard and Tractor Light > Then the most bada$$ of modded Rangers.

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I'd go with an every other thing. one Round and one square, Oh and make sure they are thos crappy Northern Tool lawn tractor lights, thos Kick A$$

Cheap Lawn tractor Light > KC Lights!

I'd also reccommend selling the Ranger and buying a Temo

Tempo with a Brush guard and Tractor Light > Then the most bada$$ of modded Rangers.

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John's high lol...
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thats one hot tempo!
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John's high lol...
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thats one hot tempo!
It won the Burnout Contest at out Church that year! LOL Seriously did though.

My Friend Sean had that in high school and made it his own running Joke, he couldn't afford a truck so he did all the stuff he wanted to do with a truck with that car right there. He was even working on a lift kit for it when His Dad sold him his CHevy K1500 (The one I was considering buying a week or two ago)

If I can get the pics of it doing the Burnout I'll post them it was hilarious.

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lol hj.
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I think it would look TIGHT DAWG.....it's different, no one else does it...it's original.....too hell with anyone else, it's your ride...wait, I gotta throw in a "hella cool" somewhere....I'm being sarcastic
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Carl is high too....
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Nah, those days are behind me.....drunk maybe....
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Nah, those days are behind me.....drunk maybe....
Carls Drunk like me right now lol
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Everytime i see a truck with mixed light it make me want to
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Okay, I got the opinions I wanted. I though it would look like poop, but I wanted to make sure(hence the poll)

Thanx guys...
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