Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Lighting Forum [GEN 2]' started by Baja Designs, Jan 18, 2017.
Want to run the S8 amber backlights with the markers. Where do you tap in and anybody got a pic?
No pictures, but I used a quick splice to my passenger side fender marker... Just remove a couple of self-tapping screws from the flare and pop it out at the front for access
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That's awesome! Never be afraid of the dark again with all those lights.
Nice work! That looks super clean!
Anyone have a comparison of running the actual amber lenses Vs amber cover? I love the fact that the lenses are swappable but sometimes I would rather pop the cover on/off Vs swapping lenses. Any input is appreciated.
I can tell you for snow it is best to have at least one set of lights with amber lenses installed. I used the pop on/off covers on all my lights before, but now I have one set amber with the bolt in style. There isn’t enough heat to melt the snow off in a storm with the pop on covers.
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Just some stuff I got cooking in my garage:
Going with a pair - SAE fogs and Pro combos.
But I’m thinking maybe some S1 ambers also.
Will do the S8 grille bar and flush S1 in the rear bumper at some point.
Here's a few more with the rock guards off.
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