Does rigid make a “[email protected] bracket?

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Lighting Forum [GEN 2]' started by chujk1985, Apr 8, 2018.

  1. Uncas

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    I guess I didn't try hard enough. I will try spinning the bracket around. Nice setup Crooks,
     
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    I used the N-Fab brackets for my Rigid radiance cubes. Plenty of adjustability. I'm happy with them because the spacing is very close to perfect but regardless of which way I put them on one corner of the first or the last cube ended up being a little behind the bumper. This is best I could do.
     

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  3. chujk1985

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    Any luck?
     
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    Remove the U-bracket, flip it 180* and reinstall. You’ll then be able to use the curved channel to dial in the height perfectly. Hope this helps!
     
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    I wish I could find the post on how to make the bracket from some L channel.
     
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    Flip the bracket and make them as short as you need.. but rigid does make a bracket that will allow you to flip the lights so the logo is correct
     

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  9. Truckzor

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    Just curious why you chose the DSS for that location? I wouldn't think the side shooters are going to get much light out the sides given they are behind the bumper. I would think the D-XL (with twice as many lumens, all forward facing) would be a good fit for that location (assuming they fit).

    I have DSS on my A-pillars and I'm a huge fan of the near field coverage.
     
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    Disregard. I just read further and saw your pics. I see what you're doing now.
     

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