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i love that light bar, how did you make it?

could you help me make it?
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Well,the liner turned out excellent! Goes very good with the green. Ive seen the emblems upside down before,but usually on lowered trucks and mainly with toyota or mitsu emblems.


I think you should keep the light bar just for sh*ts and giggles. lol
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alright andrew jackson, AKA emily.

emily is the girl that helped me with the sanding. she can be found as the last picture i posted before i discovered photobucket
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Baby Jesus cries when he sees that light bar......
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alright, its gone.
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are you happy now?
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Yep. Maybe you could mount those lights inside your grill.
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i was thinking about that, but i thought that the large horizontal cross's would eat up some of the lights.

i think im going to get something similar to the KC light bar, and mount 4-5 lights on the top, front of the cab.
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That's probably your best bet.
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are you happy now?
yes.... and so is baby Jesus.
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yes.... and so is baby Jesus.
HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAA

glad i could please you two...
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Baby Jesus cried icy tears all over the midwest!

Looks good now. You could drill into your bumper and mount those lights on the bumper infront of the grille.

I had a pair of those same lights on an Isuzu Rodeo and I actually just mounted them to the bumper using the licence plate bracket holes. They put out good light too.
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