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Old 06-04-2014, 07:34 PM   #11
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Great job on this thread, goneFXcrazy.
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Great thread. I have a couple D2's I won in a raffle and had not decided how I was going to mount them. This gave me a couple ideas. ( dreaded "C" grill)
So when your D2's blow your mind, I'll be waiting for you to order another set!
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This thread is cool. I like seeing how others mounted their lights. I want mine like Stage3 has his. But I sure enjoy seeing how others are done too.
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Very nice write up! Do you know anyone who has a LED bar on their bullbar?
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Love this thread! I am waiting on my 28" Amber to put on my SmittyBilt bar, I am looking for Ideas on mounting it LOW to the bar, as opposed to the pic in this thread that has it standing off. I may even remove the two inner tabs in the shop, because I am going to send it to my local powdercoat guy to put a matte type finish on it. Of course...I will send pics as it comes together!
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Very nice write up! Do you know anyone who has a LED bar on their bullbar?
I'm collecting a few bullbar pics as we speak. Stay tuned!

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Love this thread! I am waiting on my 28" Amber to put on my SmittyBilt bar, I am looking for Ideas on mounting it LOW to the bar, as opposed to the pic in this thread that has it standing off. I may even remove the two inner tabs in the shop, because I am going to send it to my local powdercoat guy to put a matte type finish on it. Of course...I will send pics as it comes together!
The one in the picture is using the old mounts. The new ones are shorter, and since they are just simple steel L brackets, you can cut and adjust to your specifications!

Haha I was waiting on your pics but had to use something in the meantime!
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[MENTION=163825]CarlC[/MENTION] just added some pics, go check them out. I don't personally know anyone with lights there but the installs are pretty simple.
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[MENTION=163825]CarlC[/MENTION] just added some pics, go check them out. I don't personally know anyone with lights there but the installs are pretty simple.
I don't know if this has been covered in other threads but what about security? I'm assuming the uninstall is as simple as the install, so what are some ways to keep people from walking off with your lights?
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Thanks for taking the time to put all these ideas in one place!
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Any pics of a lightbar install behind a Platinum grill?
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