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Old 05-06-2011, 01:38 AM
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I wanna add some off road lights to my truck. But I cant decide how to mount them. What are your opinions/ideas? Post pics of your off road lights.
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I ran 4 KC 800 series lights (2 fog/2 beam) on a Randy Ellis bar on my 2000 F250. Loved the combo, lots of light. Didn't have much use for it once I moved to PA (from AZ), but they worked great out in the dunes in Cali...






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Mine are probably smaller than what you are talking about, but I use them off-road.

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I have 2 Hella 500 FFs mounted in my bumper they work great and are pretty cheap too


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I have 2 Hella 500 FFs mounted in my bumper they work great and are pretty cheap too
Did you utilize an upfitter switch for those or are they relay'ed off the fogs? Looks good. I'd like to get something "stealth" in my '11 for the backroads of PA.
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Did you utilize an upfitter switch for those or are they relay'ed off the fogs? Looks good. I'd like to get something "stealth" in my '11 for the backroads of PA.
I used one of my upfitters
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I only have 2, but they're PIAA Crystal Ion Fogs. I LOVE these things in the desert.


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barthel did you mount the stud down thru the plastic valance or up thru the top then spin the guards around. Do they bounce around or did you reinforce the plastic with a brace? Just curious.
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4 - 8" procomp lights on a custom made light bar.

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What kind of winch setup you got there? is that the hide away kit?
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Please do. I think I'm going to go with a brush guard.
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barthel did you mount the stud down thru the plastic valance or up thru the top then spin the guards around. Do they bounce around or did you reinforce the plastic with a brace? Just curious.
They're actually mounted to the bumper, there's steel behind the plastic right there. i used a step-drill bit to make the hole.

Since they're essentially mounted upside down, you have to take the lenses off and turn them around, then put the guards on the right way. Only problem is, the vent/drain hole is at the top.
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What kind of winch setup you got there? is that the hide away kit?
it's a Warn 12000 winch with the Warn "hide a winch kit"
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I wanna add some off road lights to my truck. But I cant decide how to mount them. What are your opinions/ideas? Post pics of your off road lights.
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