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Old 06-05-2014, 11:42 PM
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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?
There's the Light Bar Security Kit for one, but that works mostly just for the cradle mounts and some of the weld-on tabs.

Other option is just Red Loctite as that stuff is like practically welding it.

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Any pics of a lightbar install behind a Platinum grill?
If you have this type grill, this may give you some ideas, just not strobes obviously. I think the SR may fit in there.

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I did a flush bumper by the license plate lights. This was before the flush mount kit was even around. Image is floating around this site somewhere.
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Picked up a KC Hilights Light bar(Off amazon). Then i have a set of Dually Floods(On the outside corners) and Spots(In the middle) on the bar.








I also have a 30in that will be going behind the grille.

Post up pics this weekend when everything is wired up and working.
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^ I REALLY like that setup. I'd do the exact same thing- floods on the outside and spots in the middle.
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Originally Posted by Dodgy View Post
Picked up a KC Hilights Light bar(Off amazon). Then i have a set of Dually Floods(On the outside corners) and Spots(In the middle) on the bar.


I also have a 30in that will be going behind the grille.

Post up pics this weekend when everything is wired up and working.
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WOW!!!
This is awesome and looks good.
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Aside from the fog replacements, are any of these actually street legal? I can never seem to have enough light
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No aux lights are technically road legal I think.
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I'm pretty sure my new SR20 combo is NOT road legal.....

Low beams: (OEM HIDS by the way)

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Two duallies in the bumper and a bulldog lighting 20 under the pushbar
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Roof and bumper mounted bars



Ambers behind the grille


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