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Old 08-19-2012, 01:04 AM   #31
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These are the light fixtures:
http://www.superbrightleds.com/cgi-b...SMD.htm#photos

12" cool white: WLF-CW30SMD

24" cool white: WLF-CW60SMD

Mounting clips, I used 2 per light: WLF-MC

Weatherproof rocker switch: WRRS-SP

Everything else I had at home or was already installed: wiring.

Let me know if you need anything else.
Looks exactly like mine used numerous times out in the pitch black, now all I need is a roll-x cover!
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Old 08-19-2012, 03:22 PM   #32
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Sweet! Great job. I've had 3 A.R.E. caps all with carpet lining. I agree, their dinky light stinks. I had Yakima rails installed to recieve the Q Posts.... I just never got around to changing the light now with the new ones.
Now that I see your 'commercial quality' photo of your finished work at night, I'm going to do this too... when I get a cap.

In the original post, you mention your dad always had LEER.
Do you see any difference in quality, is LEER worth it?
My dad had a Leer on all his old trucks. His last truck was a 99 super duty with a Leer. He had issues with the paint and the rear gate latch, something else also, but I forget what. He bought a 2011 Super Duty and went with an ARE, so I just followed suit as I liked the look of his.
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Thanks. You sort of confirm what I've been observing.

tuxedo black, can you use a tonno with a cap??
Great idea though.
I take a long window shade and strip the hardware off, make it longer and put black cotton fabric on it... puuuuffff.... a security screen.
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Haha what?
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Roll x cover?
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Yeah I just didn't understand your post?
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You mentioned using a roll-x cover with a cap. I didn't know it was possible
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Looks exactly like mine used numerous times out in the pitch black, now all I need is a roll-x cover!

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You mentioned using a roll-x cover with a cap. I didn't know it was possible
Oh no I just want the roll-x cover no cap, sorry for the confusion
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Very Nice, I just added the same cap to my 10 and will be going the same route with lighting.
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