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Old 10-30-2013, 05:01 PM   #11
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Update. Got the bar mounted. Have yet to run wires but touched it up to the battery and it is super bright! Pictures soon. I didn't even have to drill any holes, I used large washers and sandwiched them between the tow loops and it worked perfectly. Can't wait to wire it up
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looks good. get some night pics
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Update. The bar is mounted on the truck. I am only out $150 for the bar, and about $20 for some hardware, a switch, and some wire. The quality of the light bar is very solid. It seems extremely well made and the light output of the cree LEDs is very impressive. Installing the switch tomorrow. Will post pics of how it is mounted tomorrow if the rain lets up. Thanks.
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Lightbulb Here is the link to the one I purchased.

In case it ever ends, its a 20" 126w SPOT&FLOOD COMBO CREE LED

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Very nice! I think I'm going to go with the dually style with the 6 led's and put them behind my grill, not sure yet though that does look good
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Lightbulb You guys owe me

Went outside in the rain this morning just for you guys wanting the night pics. obviously its bright enough.


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Sorry for all the crap in the picture. Only dry place to get a quick pic. If it ever stops raining i'll snag a better pic. The phone camera does not do it the justice it deserves though.


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Hope this helps shed some light on the situation
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Looks great!! This is the exact setup I've been considering as well, glad you took the time to put up the pics. Going to order mine next week. Thanks for the motivation!
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