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Had the aux lights installed on the back roll bar to see to back up, load decoys, lay-out blinds and such, plus be able to light up more bean field/flooded woods to put out decoys.







Switch on the aux panel



And the rear bumper, too:

 

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Now, if my winch would get here, I would be happy. At least while I figure out a stereo solution given all the stuff I have mounted up in that roll bar system.
 

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I like the bumper a lot.
Is the bumper fixed in place to the rigid frame or does it move with the dump box when tilted up?
 

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Looks great! Can u get a pic of the lights at night? How bright are they?
 

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Nice! I have some similar plans for load lights.
 

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I like the bumper a lot.
Is the bumper fixed in place to the rigid frame or does it move with the dump box when tilted up?
The bumper moves up and down in relation to/with the dump bed. Look at the arrow showing the angle of the bumper in both positions:

Bed latched:



Bed in "dump position":

 

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I will try and get a pic of the rear lights tonight. They are not as bright as I hoped they would be, but they will do for what I want, and are fuse protected running through the Honda "plug and play" box.
 

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No such thing as "too much light." Its like 4WD, when you need it, you NEED it! :D
 

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Wow!!! Thanks, lights look plenty bright!

How about that bumper? Is it sturdy, did u give it the ole' "jump up amd down" test?!?
 

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The bumper seems to me to be 50% cosmetic and 50% functional. It is mounted pretty sturdy for a bolt on deal, but it's not terribly "beefy." If it acts as a "back up alarm" and I whack a tree with it rather than the tailgate, it will have served its purpose.
 

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Are the mounts for the lights able to move? Can you reposition them to cast the light further out, or are they rigid?
 

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You can reposition them, but you have to loosen the brackets and retighten.
 
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