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I can report no interference with rear bumper parking sensors when flush mounting Rigid 2x2 scene lights.

However, there is about 1/8" gap between the bumper and the top and bottom of the lights since there is no flat spot on the rear bumper.
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I can report no interference with rear bumper parking sensors when flush mounting Rigid 2x2 scene lights.

However, there is about 1/8" gap between the bumper and the top and bottom of the lights since there is no flat spot on the rear bumper.
Nice. Could you cut out some sort of rubber or foam gasket to go behind the light?

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Nice. Could you cut out some sort of rubber or foam gasket to go behind the light?
The flush mount Rigid scene lights ( P/N 681523 ) came with a rubber mounting gasket.

However, I may try your idea with a thicker black sponge gasket material to fill the voids.
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