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Old 01-30-2010, 06:31 PM
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im wanting to put some cab lights on my truck, i have the information hud above my rearview mirror (temp, mpg, etc.). i have heard that u cant put cab lights on a truck with the info hud, am i miss informed?
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im wanting to put some cab lights on my truck, i have the information hud above my rearview mirror (temp, mpg, etc.). i have heard that u cant put cab lights on a truck with the info hud, am i miss informed?
You can put them on. My truck has the console too and I had lights put on.
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Yes it can be done. Alot of trucks have both. I want em so bad.
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yea the kit is like 90 bucks from stealth. i think im gonna buy the kit and have a professional put them on, dont wanna take any chances. anyone know the cost of installation.
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yea the kit is like 90 bucks from stealth. i think im gonna buy the kit and have a professional put them on, dont wanna take any chances. anyone know the cost of installation.
it was 300 bucks to install for me so i just did it my self i was scared to do it but i measured everything bout a thousand times and i got it done nice and i am only 16 so you probally could make it look even better good luck!!!
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ill have to shop around and see if i can get them installed for a good price, if not i guess ill do it myself, biggest concern is leaking.
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I bought the factory Ford lights and harness so it's all plug and play. I payed $125 to have a body shop install my lights. I bought all the lights and harness for less than $60 but I have a friend that works at a Ford dealership.
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ill have to shop around and see if i can get them installed for a good price, if not i guess ill do it myself, biggest concern is leaking.
thats when the silicon comes in handy it sealed mine really good and the ones frome stealth that i bought if you go out and get some small nuts and bolts instead of the screws they come with it will pull those bases nice and snugg to the cab now worries bout leaking i think
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I tried getting the ford place to do it on mine and they wouldnt touch it
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ill check with my local body shop. do yall prefer the factory ford lights or the recon lights?
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