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Built some brackets and mounted up a 14" led light in front and a 7" in the back. I'll get some better pics tonight. Was fun building brackets can't wait to hit trails at night to try them out.
 

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That fits in there good ckpowerline and looks well protected.

I mounted my 42" on top of the windshield, I was going to build a protection bar for it but it is in 3" from the side and the roof is still higher. I built a couple L brackets to hold it and it is very solid and I think I will leave it as is for now.
You have to see these lights in person to appreciate how bright they are, cameras seem to just adjust to the amount of light.

 

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When you are posting a pic ck and you want it to be big instead of the little thumbnail here is how you do it.

Do everything exactly as you did but hit preview instead of post. When the preview comes up click on the thumbnail picture and it will enlarge, now right click and copy the larger picture. Now hit the back button and go to the edit area and paste the larger picture where you want it in your post. Now hit submit. (you can still do this after posting if the edit button is still showing at the bottom of your post)

I am not trying to nit pick but thought you might want to know.
 

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That fits in there good ckpowerline and looks well protected.

I mounted my 42" on top of the windshield, I was going to build a protection bar for it but it is in 3" from the side and the roof is still higher. I built a couple L brackets to hold it and it is very solid and I think I will leave it as is for now.
You have to see these lights in person to appreciate how bright they are, cameras seem to just adjust to the amount of light.

and dick said "let there be light" lol
 
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