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Old 08-22-2006
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lights mounted to the bumper

was looking to mount some lights to my front bumper, could i do this directly, with no bar? or do i need one. jusnes modified has light tabs, but not for my year truck
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What year is your truck?
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you should make a signature with your trucks specs so we can help you quicker and better.
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you can mount them with no tabs, just drill that bumper :P thats what I did on my 2002. just make sure their not too close so it doesnt melt your grill.
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sure, you can do it. just make sure you get some fairly thin lights.
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i did it to mine...looks good
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I'm completly new to the entire truck genre, and don't really know what I'm talking about and don't really know what junes is talking about either!

I really like the look of these tabs and they would infact fit my new 2006 truck but don't know even what a tab is; will this mod require me to wire them in or are they just dummy lights, they look pretty thin and can't imagine a light being that thin.

http://jusnesmodified.com/store/inde...roducts_id=189

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if you want the lights to work youll have to wire them in.... no thyere not dummy lights, theyre actuallt that thin....
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Those are real lights. And you willhave to wire them in if you want them to work. The light tab is just a bent peice of metal the connects to a bolt behind your bumper and allows you to mount lights directly to it, or allows you to mount a bar which will hold more lights.
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Hmmm, it makes perfect since now, thanks for the assistance!
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