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hey guys my truck did not come with cab lights from factory and I really like cab lights have been thinking about having some put on for some time now what is everyones opinion and what has and hasnt worked for you. Thanks alot
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have you had yours done and if so how long have they been on?
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I did mine on my 02 about 2 years ago. I used OEM products and have had great luck. Of course my truck is an '02, so the installation is different than the write up I did.

Write up is located in my sig.
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I am worried about leaking and rusting had any problems with that yet?
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OEM you wont have to worry about leaking, I have some on my 2000 and my 2004 Superduty! No rust, No leaking!
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I am worried about leaking and rusting had any problems with that yet?
OEM lights and a small bead of silicone.

Trust me.
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OEM lights and a small bead of silicone.

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I used led aftermarket lights last month...
I love the look and it didnt leak but splicing all the wires were a pita and wished I would have bought oem


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I used led aftermarket lights last month...
I love the look and it didnt leak but splicing all the wires were a pita and wished I would have bought oem


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