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post #21 of 25 Old 01-26-2014, 07:05 PM Thread Starter
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I wanted just a little lighting in the floorboard area so got a couple of 4" light strips @ WalMart, mounted them on each side of the cig lighter. Picked up power from the wiring that feeds the cig lighter.
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I wanted just a little lighting in the floorboard area so got a couple of 4" light strips @ WalMart, mounted them on each side of the cig lighter. Picked up power from the wiring that feeds the cig lighter.
That worked perfectly. Great job on that and it seems really easy to do too.
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I didn't go with a traditional dome light. This worked out really well. I bought a strip of self adhesive LEDs. I stuck it to the top of my roll cage bar under my roof. Then zip tied it down for added security. The back lit effect from behind the bar keeps the glare down and makes it easy to see out still, despite the amount of light thrown off by all those LEDs . The strip of lights and the Daystar switch were right at $20 total.











I did the same thing , only I bought a set of 12 inch white at advanced auto for about 35$......put on the bottom center roll bar above each head rest with slight prehension to front of machine and they still light up the entire cabin and bed when hauling.
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