6 Places to Add LED Strips on Your Ford

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Wheels Rims

The greatest thing about LED lights is that they come in many different colors. You can choose colors that either complement your car or speak to your aesthetic. There are even LED lights with multi-functions that will fade, flash, or change colors. Drivers at night won’t believe their eyes when you drive by strutting your custom LEDs.

It is a common thing to replace your headlights, tail lights and even dome lights with LEDs, but what about adding LED strips to places you never thought of? Here are six other places you can add LED strips on your Ford truck.

 

1. Front/Rear of Truck

Truck

You can install LED strips to follow the curves of the assembly or add the strip straight across. You can even add them to the grille, but more on that later.

 

2. Footwells

Footwells

Adding strips under the front or back, or both, of the footwells will make for a popping interior.  It also aids in visibility at night for passengers and yourself should anything get dropped on the floor.

 

3. Truck Bed

Bed

This is a great place to add LED strips for those nights you need extra light. It can even change the look of your exterior.

 

4. Grille

Grille

Go simple or go all out, the grille gives you the freedom to install LED strips in many different ways. The LED lights on the right are the multi-function type and will make your grille unique.

 

5. Wheels / Rims

Wheels Rims

You can attach them to the wheel wells or the rims.  These rims are also multi-functional. Strutting down the road won’t be hard with lights that can flash. The best part is they are in an area that is constantly moving, so your wheels will dance in the night.

 

6. Under the Truck

Underneath

Light the road everywhere you go with lights underneath the truck. As mentioned above, LED lights come in different colors and you will be setting your Ford truck apart from not only other Ford trucks, but every car on the road.

 

For information on maintenance and repairs, please check out our do-it-yourself technical articles at https://www.ford-trucks.com/how-tos/.

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