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Old 03-14-2008, 03:44 PM
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New Twist on Recon LED door sills

Last night I installed my smoked LED tail Lights, 3rd brake light, and mirror markers on my Truck. I also had some other lighted door sills. I decided I didn't want to just put them where everyone else does. So I decided that I would put them on my power steps.

I had to take the lights apart and drill a new hole so the wires would exit through the back of the lights. I then drilled holes into my powersteps and fished the lines through the inside of them and I then ran the wires in loom up behind the brackets that hold the steps on and wired them into my Dome lights so they come on when you open the door and the steps drop down.

Truck is a little dirty but here are some pictures.







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OH, man, that is SWEET!!! I like that a lot!!! Looks freakin' awesome! Now I gotta get me some power steps and some sill lights!!!
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I still can't figure out how the lights on the mirror come off. That looks awesome by the way!!
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Now that is awesome lookng!

That was some slick thinking!!
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I like that. Looks sweet man
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Great idea, looks awesome.
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that looks slick, I just hope that they hold up good for you
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Just to reiterate what everyone else said,, those look bad azz! I really like that idea.
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I still can't figure out how the lights on the mirror come off. That looks awesome by the way!!
you have to go from the mirror side of the houseing and look behind the mirror with a light, and you will see 3 clips that you push "down and in i believe", then you have to pull on the frontside of the houseing and it will come with some encouragement. It really helps to have 2 people.
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