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looks good man
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looks good!
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yeah, they caution that the rock guards will melt with >130W bulbs installed... I'm running mine with 100W bulbs (they're like 5 bucks each at Pep Boys), and that's plenty of light!
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Looks pretty good man.
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your ranger looks HUGE. I have the same setup but yours looks way bigger than mine for some reason. Is there a reason you didnt cap the ends of the light bar? I think it would look way cleaner if they were capped. looks great though.
have the caps for them, just waiting to install the lights.. once you put the caps on, if you take them out they wont go back in, and i am probably going to need in there to get to the wires and such, so as soon as i install the lights, it will get the caps!
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Looks good! Def need some new covers for the lights though, I have the stone guards and run my lights (100watt KCs) with them on all the time. Havent melted one yet!
you are running 100W bulbs.. I will be running 150W bulbs.. 50W is a HUGE difference.. it will melt the rock gaurds.
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