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Ranch Hand Headache Rack Lights

Does anyone have a ranch hand style headache rack on their OBS with lights? I just installed one last night and need to replace the lights. I'm wondering how LED lights would work given that the rest of my truck is incandescent. Any pics? Thanks!

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ya, i had one and as long as the three point harness is the same your in business!
i did it to the rear bumper for more light turned out great.
wether you have all led or mixed it doesnt matter, the lights are stand alone hving all the nessary componants to opperate


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Now this was a superior machine. Ten grand worth of gimmicks and high-priced special effects. The rear windows lit up with a touch like frogs in a dynamite pond. The dashboard was full of esoteric lights and dials and meters that I would never understand.

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ya, i had one and as long as the three point harness is the same your in business!
i did it to the rear bumper for more light turned out great.
wether you have all led or mixed it doesnt matter, the lights are stand alone hving all the nessary componants to opperate
Thanks for the input. I'm mostly asking about how it would look, does anyone have any pics? I even did the incandescent clearance lights so I'm not sure if LED on the headache would look right or not.

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Bought 8/27/09 with 183k miles
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