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New Mod ROCK GLOW

Every saturday night me and my friends have a fire out on the trails. i can never see to my sides so i got a pair of fog lights and mounted them under the truck. here are some pics. they really help out
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Good idea, but I would be afraid of a rock or a tree ripping them off.
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they are higher than the frame so i think they are okay. heck they were only $20
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they are higher than the frame so i think they are okay. heck they were only $20
Both my rockers are crushed a little bit on both sides right about where yours are mounted. Always happens when the trail is muddy and ur right next to that rock and your like I better not slide into the **** and the next thing you hear is crunch. But hey as you said they were only $20.
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I did this a couple years ago. They are still there and still work. I got smaller ones though
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Scott has them on his truck and he loves em. It'd be cool to wire them up like puddle lights so when the door opens they come on.
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nice! you get them at HF? I've been thinking about doing this a while ago haha
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Harbor Freight FTW. I love them with 5% taking turns
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Harbor Freight FTW. I love them with 5% taking turns
I'm sold. I'll get a set this week and hopefully have em on by thursday.
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Jealous...
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Great idea. Alot of rockcrawlers iv seen have them there and in the fender wells for night crawling.I like Masteratarms idea tho you should wire them up like that.
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i have them on at night all the time. passed a ton of police officers no issues. they are very bright
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i have them on at night all the time. passed a ton of police officers no issues. they are very bright
luckily all the town cops like me so i won't have a problem but I don't see myself using them unless i need to anyway
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I love rock lights, just need the lift to justify them on my truck.
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i have them on at night all the time. passed a ton of police officers no issues. they are very bright
People around here would've already reported you for blinding them as they pass lol
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No different than running underglow IMO. Unless they were pointed upwards I doubt you will have any problems.
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Yup 55w underglo just a ton brighter and doesn't look like trash
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