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Rigid Dually Question

I'm going to be installing Rigid Dually lights in the back of my truck. I want to prewire before the lights get here. What gauge wire do these lights run on?
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12ga will be more then adequate for two little LED lights (they are bright though). I am running a 13.5 LED light bar and a 30" LED light bar on my RZR. I believe both of those are ran off of 14ga or 16ga wire. They are wired separate also.

But use a good quality wire. The 10amp Uplifter switch is all you need to run those lights. I believe they will draw 3amp as a pair

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