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Holy cow, these baja S1 are tiny but bright!

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Lighting Forum [GEN 2]' started by ShadowRaptor, Feb 13, 2020.

  1. ShadowRaptor

    ShadowRaptor FRF Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    It’s a K3 light/roll bar.
    It’s one of a few that I know, will work with a tonneau cover.
    IIRC, my wife bought it from “ american trucks” website.
    (it was a gift a couple years ago, for my 2017 but did’nt get a chance to install it)


    ETA:
    Unfortunately, I just checked their website and they no longer carry the black version.
    https://www.americantrucks.com/keko-k3-light-roll-bar-black-1518.html
     
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    ShadowRaptor FRF Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Relocated the Rear S1 lights, closer to the Roll bar.
    (looks better imho)


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    What's that panel thing on your bed? Solar panels?
     
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    ShadowRaptor FRF Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Few pics of the Pillar mount, and S1 spot lights.

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    Raptor911 and zombiekiller like this.
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    how’d u mount them?
    And what does your set up look like in the back?(your auxiliary battery) ?
     
  7. ShadowRaptor

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    Its on page 287, 288 on this thead:
    https://www.fordraptorforum.com/threads/what-did-you-do-to-your-raptor-today-gen2.59415/page-288
    The AGM battery is inside the marine case.
    Mounted on Builtright panel, using 1.5” spacers, heavy duty galvanized “L” bracket and 2 steel brace that form an “A” . I only use grade 8 bolts.
    (basically, everything I put on the bed, is Not permanent and can be taken out, if needed)

    The 2 marine solar panels are screwed in using rtv sealant on the bed cover. One goes to the oem start battery, and the other thru the bed hole cover, then to a solar charger connected to the aux battery.

    Installed Battery Isolator and added circuit breakers to and from each battery.
    (see diagram)

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  8. crjdriver

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    what lightbar on your bed is that?
     
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  10. crjdriver

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    No, the bar holding all your lights in the bed. The actual Light Bar.
     

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