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What should I do?

So I've been thinking about getting KC Slimlites Long Range to supplement my Hella's. I've been trying to decide where I want to put them.

One option was getting an black billet grill like Korey89 and RazorsEDGE. Then putting the KC's between the Hella's. Problem: The lights blocking airflow to the radiator. Do you think it would be too much?

2nd option. Get a lightbar like FX4wannabe01's and just mount all 4 like that.

What do you guys think? Here's what I have now.
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Take your valence off, ship it to me, and put your lights on like i have

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get these light tabs...
Bumper Mounted Light Tab 1998-2005 [udptab] - $20.00 : Underdog-Performance, The Art of Power
then put a piece of angle iron from one to the other, thats what shane used as his lightbar. then put all 4 outside the grill
ive got 2 daylighter long range lights mounted like that
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get these light tabs...
Bumper Mounted Light Tab 1998-2005 [udptab] - $20.00 : Underdog-Performance, The Art of Power
then put a piece of angle iron from one to the other, thats what shane used as his lightbar. then put all 4 outside the grill
ive got 2 daylighter long range lights mounted like that
I like that idea. Thanks for link, I always wondered how Shane did his. I think that would be the best way.
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Or, you could make your own tabs for like $5.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/f59/ma...ht-tabs-61738/
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i think you could stuff them in your grill. i dont think they woould block too much air. i noticed nothing when i did my 2, so i doubt more would be that bad
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Or, you could make your own tabs for like $5.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/f59/ma...ht-tabs-61738/
I like this idea even better, It's cheaper
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