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    Quote Originally Posted by dixonk View Post
    I had the 20Ē version of that bar on my Raptor. That light bar was like having the power of the sun at the flip of a switch. It was literally turning night into day. BD is proud of their stuff but they are quality lights.

    I havenít wired it up yet. Have to pick up daughter from the airport. Will wire it to Aux 1 tomorrow. I canít imagine needing anymore light than that. If anything maybe some reverse lights.


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    I definitely need reverse lights, and then maybe Rock lights because they look so darn cool. I put mine on switch 4 as it was the easiest one for both myself and my passenger to share. LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doubletapdaddy View Post
    I definitely need reverse lights, and then maybe Rock lights because they look so darn cool. I put mine on switch 4 as it was the easiest one for both myself and my passenger to share. LOL.
    Backing out my driveway at night is sketchy. The reverse lights really suck. With it being dark so early there are a lot of neighbors out walking. License plate couldnít be in a worse location for using flush mount s2 Pros.


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    Quote Originally Posted by doubletapdaddy View Post
    Looks great. I'm running a pair of BD XL80 combos upfront. They were pretty goddamn spendy, but I've been very happy with the performance. I've driven on pitch black mountain and forest roads with these, and can't imagine the need for any further forward facing auxiliary lighting. What number switch did you put them on?

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    This looks great...curious why you elected to run the Factor 55 fairlead but not one of their hooks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSBattalion View Post
    This looks great...curious why you elected to run the Factor 55 fairlead but not one of their hooks?
    I would be lying if I said my decision wasnít cosmetically motivated, and it was highly recommended by Offroad Addiction (my local 4x4 shop).


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    Quote Originally Posted by SSBattalion View Post
    This looks great...curious why you elected to run the Factor 55 fairlead but not one of their hooks?
    I used to use a Factor 55 Prolink with the same winch and light setup on my JK. The light mount/bracket has a ridge on it (circled in red). The base of the prolink would not clear the ridge with my standard 1" fairlead. The Factor 55 1.5" fairlead allowed the Prolink to sit flush without hitting the ridge on the bracket. I now use a hook, and gave the Prolink away with my JK.

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    Look what the brown truck just brought me.IMG_3921.jpg


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    Installation was an easy 15 min job. Very nice quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doubletapdaddy View Post
    I definitely need reverse lights, and then maybe Rock lights because they look so darn cool. I put mine on switch 4 as it was the easiest one for both myself and my passenger to share. LOL.
    Reverse Lights definitely when there's no city lights to help. I followed User MacJack idea of putting them inside the spare tire (possibly with an aftermarket wheel)

    Literally night and day difference when you need that extra light.Screenshot_20190127-153209_Drive.jpegIMG_1792.jpeg7%20new%20bul%20installed.jpeg

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    Last edited by EugenetheJeep; 01-27-2019 at 04:10 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EugenetheJeep View Post

    Literally night and day difference when you need that extra light.Screenshot_20190127-153209_Drive.jpegIMG_1792.jpeg7%20new%20bul%20installed.jpeg

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    I like it. But I strongly suggest you edit your post and remove your link before you get hammered.

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    Wow. Those lights put out like a drunk Vegas college chick. Great job. Both of our jeeps still need better backup lights, just haven't gotten around to it.

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