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post #101 of 4364 Old 11-28-2012, 04:26 AM
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Thanks. I've got an idea of how I'm going to do the lights and rails. IF I do louvers, it will be out of 1" round tube. But I'm going to put 4 maxxima oval hybrid lights on it. Not sure if I want them to follow the angle of the rack or have them horizontal like the ones in my rear replacement are gonna be. Idk


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I would match them to the rear replacement. I'm assuming your talking about the rear bumper?
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I would match them to the rear replacement. I'm assuming your talking about the rear bumper?
You would be correct. And I think I'm gonna do that, have them all horizontal.


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Dang thats bright! Good work. Can't wait to see the finished results.
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Thanks. I've got an idea of how I'm going to do the lights and rails. IF I do louvers, it will be out of 1" round tube. But I'm going to put 4 maxxima oval hybrid lights on it. Not sure if I want them to follow the angle of the rack or have them horizontal like the ones in my rear replacement are gonna be. Idk


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Follow the design of your rear replacement. Thats what I had done. Here is a pic of my rack and rear replacement. I like the round tube instead of plate louvers.

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In the last two weeks I've had Viper bed Liner sprayed, installed a Reese 5th wheel rail system bed mounts, installed Dura Flap mud guards front & rear, and installed a new ProTech cross the rail Tool Box that's low profile and Powder Coated Black. When is it going to stop, still throwin' money into a 50 grand truck, Saturday truck goes in for Window Tinting.
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In the last two weeks I've had Viper bed Liner sprayed, installed a Reese 5th wheel rail system bed mounts, installed Dura Flap mud guards front & rear, and installed a new ProTech cross the rail Tool Box that's low profile and Powder Coated Black. When is it going to stop, still throwin' money into a 50 grand truck, Saturday truck goes in for Window Tinting.
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