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post #1 of 12 Old 11-26-2013, 01:08 PM Thread Starter
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Question Cab clearance light question ?

Does anybody know the thickness of the roof on a F250 Super Duty ( 04').
I'm trying to come up with a way to mount aftermarket cab lights and
before I start drilling I'd like to know what I'm into .
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The cab roof is not very thick at all its no problem to drill into. I did it when i added two more cab lights.
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What did you use for fasteners ? SS screws ?
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I mounted my recon cab lights with #6 bolts, washers and nuts. The ones that come with the recon lights are like sheet metal screws and tend to strip out in the thin sheet metal.

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most factory lights are screwed in with extruded u-nuts if that's helpful

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my recons came with chit hardware they actualy came with screws that were meant to go into nylon push lock inserts ( the kind OEM would have say on a licsence plate in a square hole ) but the f tards didn't give you the inserts and who would mess with them anyway ?

you don't need SS screws because they should never see water but Jeremy called it I did use sheet metal screws but the thin gauge sheet metal is better suited for the nut and bolt

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Thanks for the info guys , need to to make a really intelligent decision here because
you only get one shot . Don't need to @#$#@# up here !
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measure, measure measure, then measure again.....then take the drill to her and you'll be ok.

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Where can I find the measurement for the cab lights, just got mine in the mail and I'm itching to get them on

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most factory lights are screwed in with extruded u-nuts if that's helpful
My factory lights had studs built into them and used regular nuts to pull them down snug to the cab

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