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took about 3 hours to install by myself, i know every truck from factory with cab lights are offset but i wanted all mine spaced perfectly apart just to be different and wanted yalls guys opinions, a few guys i know with duramaxes had to rag on me....the pic is in my signature
 

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took about 3 hours to install by myself, i know every truck from factory with cab lights are offset but i wanted all mine spaced perfectly apart just to be different and wanted yalls guys opinions, a few guys i know with duramaxes had to rag on me....the pic is in my signature
Looks good to me bud, both the lights and the girl! :thumb:
 

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preciate it, i had to just do it different from everyone else
 

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Yeah that's how the OBS trucks were from the factory. Looks cool on a Superduty too. A buddy of mine did his OBS lights based on my Superduty with the offset, looks good that way too. But sorry bro, your girl looks better than those lights lol! :thumb: Seriously though, great job they look real even, did you use a template?
 

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no template, each light is 5 1/2 inches from the weather stripping of my windshiels and each light if i remember right is 9 1/2 inches apart, i could measure tomorrow to be certain but i did it a week ago...lol yea shes a keeper she kep sayin how she loved cab lights and always pointed every truck out to me when she saw em so i had to get em....drillin 15 holes in ur roof is no fun thought i promise
 

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LOOKS GOOD TO ME!!!!
 

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Looks like they came out good!
 

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They look great! Ive never seen a SD with the cab lights spaced out evenly. I like the look though, got me thinking I need to do mine and now I have a decesion to make:dunno:, stock style or space em out evenly like you did. Also good looking picture :thumb:
 

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looks really good man, just out of curiosity, did you look into a moonlight visor before? i dont think i could ever do that to my cab
 

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Looks pretty good to me!
 

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They look great! Ive never seen a SD with the cab lights spaced out evenly. I like the look though, got me thinking I need to do mine and now I have a decesion to make:dunno:, stock style or space em out evenly like you did. Also good looking picture :thumb:
here are a couple of pics of mine to help you decide.

 

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Looks good, i am thinking of doing the same to my truck but not so sure how i feel about drilling into my roof. Measure twice thats for sure lol
 

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it depends on your mechanical ability and how comfortable you are with drilling 15 holes in the roof of your new pickup. you will have to pull the front of the headliner down, drill the holes in the roof and mount the lights. then you will have to splice into the marker lights for power or put them on thier own switch. thats just a brief description of what you need to do.
 
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