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Duplicate: Tail/Turn/Brake/Backup Lights Tap?

Posted this in the "Exterior Forum" thought I would put it here as well, just in case...

Got this new Headache rack:

New 2L Custom Trucks Headache Rack (Picts)

Just got the lights in, and want to find the best place to wire them to the headache rack via the respective FORD factory light lines.

I want to do as "pro" a job as possible, and I am Very good with a soldering iron, as I have done a lot of fine electronics soldering. I can probably pull pins on a factory plug, solder into the pins, and replace them as well, if they are expansion spade style.

Just wondering if anyone has any GOOD suggestions where to hunt for the best spot, and any tips as to how you did it, or would do it if it was yours.

Love this forum, thanks everyone!!!.....
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