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Old 03-30-2015, 09:30 PM   #231
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SPOD nice!!!

Thanks for all the Rigid orders guys. We are running a crazy special right now on all LED lighting thru tomorrow! Hit us up
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Man this is an awesome thread. I wish I would have saw this two weeks ago when I was trying to fab a bracket to mount my lights behind my grill. Lol.
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https://www.f150forum.com/f38/complete-upfitter-switch-install-into-2013-f150-platinum-288102/

This guy did an excellent write up for alternative switches
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A couple of boys on the forum gave me some great ideas!! Thanks boy's!! Rigid Industry SR2 30" and D2 in fogs! Love the combo!
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Very simple!

Any more info on this switch setup. Thanks
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What mounts are those for the cowl/front pillars? The Alternative Off-road ones? They look great.
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Just now seeing this thread. Also, the black fx4 on the 1st post is my old 2012.

On my 2010 I mounted a set in the bumper opening. Very easy to do using the existing holes and some large washers. Also had a set behind the grill. It's kinda cool every time I see a set mounted there since I believe I was the first to ever do it.
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On my 12 I used a piece of flat steel to mount the 4 in the bumper opening, again using the existing holes.
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I then mounted a Westin grill guard and modified the piece of flat steel.
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On my 14 FX4 I went back with the bumper opening.
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They are rigid dually spots that are 4 years old and have been on 6 different trucks. Unfortunately I left a set on my 2014 F250 when I sold it so I only have the one set left.

Eventually I want to move the spots up behind the grill and run a 20" in the opening. Also trying to figure out how to mount some amber duallys down low without losing the factory fogs.

For the rear I'll either mount a set of duallys up under the truck or if I can talk myself into it, a set of flush mount in the bumper.

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All creative installs, I like the Westin look a lot!
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Not Rigid but 'Baja Design'! I feel dollar for dollar these light blow Rigid away. IMO!


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Not Rigid but 'Baja Design'! I feel dollar for dollar these light blow Rigid away. IMO!


Nice lights, front and back!
Can you tell me which lights(models and lenses) you have and how they are wired?
Where did you purchase the BDs? How was customer service?

A night pic would be great too.


I'm looking into the BD fog kit and XL80s. I'd like to wire them with an ON/OFF cabin switch tied in with the high beams.


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