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Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Lighting Forum [GEN 2]' started by 4x4TruckLEDs.com, Oct 27, 2020.

  1. Chris retired grunt

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    Thanks for the info. I am getting a set of BD S2 reverse lights put on next week so I may get with you on lights to go into the bumper slots. I need to get the brackets for 3 lights and I want to start with a pair that has the amber backlights 1st. Do you deal with any shops in Greensboro, High Point, NC area?
     
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    Not going to lie... this looks freaking sweet!!! I love the fact that its 100% bolt on. I think I know what my next upgrade is
     
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    Can we get more photos of these please? I’m thinking this might be a Black Friday buy for me. I’m liking these over fog lights and behind the grill lights. Would work well with the s1 backup lights.
     
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    More photos where? We've posted installation photos and photos of the bar itself front/back. What else do ya need?
     
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    100% bolt on means no cutting or drilling, right?
     
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    Correct
     
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  8. sixshooter_45

    sixshooter_45 Ruby Red Metallic Supercrew, 3.5 L Twin Turbos.

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    Would that really work since you're pulling 93% of the 15 Amp switch before they even heat up.

    I would think that you'd want to run a relay.
     
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    It's close so it would not be a bad idea. I can't say for certain if there will be any jumps/etc... that might blow the fuse.
     
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    sixshooter_45 Ruby Red Metallic Supercrew, 3.5 L Twin Turbos.

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    As the lights heat up they will draw more amps, how much I can't say but @ 93% cold is to close IMHO.

    Just incase someone wants to run these I'd suggest running a relay to handle the amperage.
     

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