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Old 08-24-2014, 08:40 PM   #81
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Did the zip tie mod
How do you like it? Did you get all the slack out
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Old 08-24-2014, 08:43 PM   #82
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I think it would look better with out the need bars, just my opinion.

I'll try to post up some pics of all my LEDs so you have an idea of what it will look like
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Here's the LED pics
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Old 08-24-2014, 08:50 PM   #84
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How do you like it? Did you get all the slack out
Yea most of it I used 2 big zips and 1 little zip
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Old 08-24-2014, 09:10 PM   #85
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Here's the LED pics
Really like ur LEDs man if like to do mine like that
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Where are you putting the leds
Behind my grill already got some but not brite nough I want some 5050 ip68
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Really like ur LEDs man if like to do mine like that
Thanks

Check out [MENTION=45175]BrowningSCrew[/MENTION] and his LED thread. He started all the LED stuff.

Everything was pretty easy to do I wired them to a switch the to the ignition fuse so the interior ones automatically go out when you shut the truck off. Then the bed lights are tied into the door lights. The hardest part is changing the cluster over to blue, ands that's because you have to sand off all the green film.
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Thanks Check out [MENTION=45175]BrowningSCrew[/MENTION] and his LED thread. He started all the LED stuff. Everything was pretty easy to do I wired them to a switch the to the ignition fuse so the interior ones automatically go out when you shut the truck off. Then the bed lights are tied into the door lights. The hardest part is changing the cluster over to blue, ands that's because you have to sand off all the green film.
Bout how long it take u to do everything
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Behind my grill already got some but not brite nough I want some 5050 ip68
Like this? Or are you talking about raptor style lights? I'm not sure what 5050 ip68s are. I really like your tail lights btw

The ones in the pic are some generic brand off amazon. $50 for the pair. They are pretty bright
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Bout how long it take u to do everything
Well I did everything over about 2 months, but in total including off road light, probably about 5 hours. But most of that time was in the gauge cluster, and it was also my first time doing electrical stuff. So if you are good with wiring it won't take that long
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