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Old 07-24-2016, 10:14 AM   #1
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I got a light bar on my grill guard really like it and looks good it's just the light points down a little anyone know if there can be adjusted without taking all the way off?
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I got a light bar on my grill guard really like it and looks good it's just the light points down a little anyone know if there can be adjusted without taking all the way off?
I can't tell if this is serious or not?
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I don't know what one you have, my brother bought me one direct from China and it adjusts. I have to loosen 4 bolts (2 on each side of each mounting location) and it will move. Here's how mine looks.


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I don't know what one you have, my brother bought me one direct from China and it adjusts. I have to loosen 4 bolts (2 on each side of each mounting location) and it will move. Here's how mine looks.
My is close to that but bolts are on the bottom
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I don't have a bar, but I have two fogs in there. I recall that I just took the big black cover out, and it opened up to all kinds of real estate in there, lol. I have a pic showing the light coming down through with the cover off below. There's plenty of room to get at it for maybe 5 minutes of work.


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Have a write up on how to put lights behind grill
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