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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.









 
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that is a good lighting fix. that's just the led light strips?
 

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Yes sir. Sometimes $9 items just don't work out.

This one did. :)
 

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looks good is that the blues or the whites. I was looking at some 20" white strips after you were talking about it the other day
 

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that's a lot of lights lol. is it adjustable lengths or have to use the whole thing?
 

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I just ordered 4 pack of the 10 inch think ill put them like you did but on the the 4 side roll bars
 

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I just ordered 4 pack of the 10 inch think ill put them like you did but on the the 4 side roll bars
Sure. That should work great for a cargo light when your hauling stuff too. Mines bright enough to light up the bed a little, but you couldn't make out detail towards the tailgate.
 

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well for the most im just hauling kids and at night they'll have light to get in an out of it.
 

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Nice job again Moose but we've come to expect this from you. If I copied everything you posted that I like like my would be less like mine lol but hey I like green
 

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Are those white or blue color? Where is the wiring ran? Post a pic for visual please.
 

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Are those white or blue color? Where is the wiring ran? Post a pic for visual please.
Those are the white according to my invoice. My wire follows the passenger side A pillar from the top of the roll cage down through the hole in the quarter panel that the cage comes out of. Same place that my front aux light wire drops into. I'd take a pic, but I already have it tucked in behind my windshield.
 

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I kinda did the same thing just the front bar.


I will try to get one at night to let you see.
 

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Looking good. I went all the way around so I get a little load light and if the kids are back there it isn't so dark.
 

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I kinda did the same thing just the front bar.


I will try to get one at night to let you see.
How is that sticking ( I know it's a tape on one side) does it stick good. moose used zip ties in combination with tape. I wonder if it will hold up lone with just the tape.
 

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I will sure let ya know. I hope it will hold but if it doesn't I will throw some Zip ties around it. May do that anyway that way I don't take a chance.
 

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I will sure let ya know. I hope it will hold but if it doesn't I will throw some Zip ties around it. May do that anyway that way I don't take a chance.
+1 I zip tied as I went, just seemed like a good security feature. Don't want an anaconda of LEDs jumping down in your lap.
 

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lmao you definetly have a lot of leds moose. mine should be coming in tomorrow and ill get started on my switch panel and lights
 
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