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Just finished my turn signal and rear led light project today. The led's were purchased from Amazon and I used the style with the threaded stud on the back so that I did not have to drill any holes in any factory parts. The front lights are mounted in the diamonds in the grill and the rear lights are mounted on a 5x5 piece of aluminum using the factory bumper mounts. The led's are very bright as the pictures were taken in full sun light. Gas Audio equipment Machine Gadget Electronics accessory


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Just finished my turn signal and rear led light project today. The led's were purchased from Amazon and I used the style with the threaded stud on the back so that I did not have to drill any holes in any factory parts. The front lights are mounted in the diamonds in the grill and the rear lights are mounted on a 5x5 piece of aluminum using the factory bumper mounts. The led's are very bright as the pictures were taken in full sun light. View attachment 6065

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Really like the switch plate set up. where did you get that?
 

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Rocker Switch Panels - WiringProducts

I ordered the panel less 2 switches for the winch and rear lift. That actually reduces the cost of the panel. I then ordered 2 dpdt momentary switches for those blanks and wired them to reverse the polarity. They can label the panel to say anything you want and ship very quickly. The panel worked out very well with my plans on adding signals. Hope this helps!
 

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