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DIY $45 TOTAL spot/work LED lights SUPER BRIGHT

Added some new LEDS to the sxs. Did it all for $45. Just took a few hours. Can add more details of how I did it, if someone is interested!!!
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too bright, where you buy DIY @nnewstrom and how is lumen for this

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I bought a 20 amp inline fuse and switch at auto parts store. Also ran 12 gauge wire to switch and 14 gauge wire from switch out to both lights. Got the lights at northern tool for $25. Rated at a little over a 1000 lumens each. Much brighter than I thought they would be, camera does no justice in showing difference. Just ran a wire from the battery to a fuse then to a switch which i mounted on the dash. Lights were mounted on side of roll cage. Just need some crimps and some basic soldering skills and you are set.





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Also going to add a 50 inch light bar and dual battery setup.
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