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Old 03-25-2010, 09:43 PM
b_650s b_650s is offline
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Default Project for the day: Auxilary lights

Well i have been looking for a bull bar to put up some extra lights on my truck, but as most know there are pretty much none made for the 93-97 rangers anymore. I love the Westin style bull bars but they are for 98+ and I'm not sure how much modification would be needed to get one on my truck. So instead, I just mounted the lights up on my grille.

I took the grille off and used a dremel to cut out two half circles to fit the back of the lights on the cross bar of the grille. then i drilled two holes on the bottom to screw it in and secure it. Wired it along the side of the truck and into the cabin. The whole process took most the day, it was hard getting the semi circles perfect and getting both lights to be exactly even with eachother. And yes, that is tape on the top holding them in place until i set them exactly how i wanted them

All in all I'm pretty happy with it, nice 40 dollar mod and I now have my lights. Onto the pics



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Old 03-26-2010, 04:44 PM
TerrenceStuart TerrenceStuart is offline
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Default Re: Project for the day: Auxilary lights

looks great!
some kind of vehicle.
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