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Old 04-09-2013, 06:22 PM   #21
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They are meant for off road use only cause they are an aircraft light HAHA.
Haha if anyone gets pulled over you just play dumb lol
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Those are super cool. Its basically a dually with a pod housing. I have a ton of those if you want them for cheap
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Those are super cool. Its basically a dually with a pod housing. I have a ton of those if you want them for cheap
Yeah, they are incredible just waiting for a few more components and ill have them mounted to the truck!
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Nice work! I'd be interested if an R series light has a pattern that can be run legally as a fog when needed. Don't want to lose on road functionality if I don't have too
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Nice work! I'd be interested if an R series light has a pattern that can be run legally as a fog when needed. Don't want to lose on road functionality if I don't have too
I think he RD+ or the RD would work well for directly in front of the truck fog pattern. I chose the R+ just for extra distance and width as well as the higher lux rating.
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I think he RD+ or the RD would work well for directly in front of the truck fog pattern. I chose the R+ just for extra distance and width as well as the higher lux rating.
It looks like one of these mounted facing the rear would make a wonderful backup light. Of course it could also make a great warning light to those who decide to tailgate.

Anyone mounted one this way?
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It looks like one of these mounted facing the rear would make a wonderful backup light. Of course it could also make a great warning light to those who decide to tailgate.

Anyone mounted one this way?
I dunno if it has but I would use a SR-M for that hidden under the rear bumper!
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It looks like one of these mounted facing the rear would make a wonderful backup light. Of course it could also make a great warning light to those who decide to tailgate.

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I didn't use these but I used just the duallys as reverse and tailgater warnings lights
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SR-M or duallies make great reverse lights. I think even the little A series would work

I think these look pretty trick molded into the rear bumper. They make a flush mount version.

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SR-M or duallies make great reverse lights. I think even the little A series would work

I think these look pretty trick molded into the rear bumper. They make a flush mount version.
I might need to hit you up for some of the sr-m's!
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