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Removing lund visor and replacing holes with clearance lights. Anyone done it?

I have a truck with a hat on. And it annoying. Every time I'm driving down the highway and wind comes along the thing squeaks and it sounds like its about to rip right off the truck.
Just wondering if there are any good write ups out there on how to install out clearance lights. I did a search and didn't come up anything for the OBS. I am assuming that there will be some holes left over when I remove the visor so figured I might as well put in clearance lights. Any suggestions of where to pick some up at a good price would be appreciated.

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i will trade you my factory ones and a harness for you visor lol, but the factory harness plug is in the pass side kick panel for the factory lights, the wire runs up the pass side pillar, and across the roof there, good luck

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