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New Rigid Radiance lights installed

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Lighting Forum [GEN 2]' started by Rob Galloway, Apr 9, 2020.

  1. Rob Galloway

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    Got a gift from the family for my birthday. Me and the boy got to install over the weekend. Turned out good. Rigid Radiance Scene - purchased from Specialty Performance Parts (Thanks a bunch!). Great Bracket, Fast shipping!!

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    Looks good, how did you wire the back light? I’ll be installing some shortly and curious if you used a fuse tap in the engine bay and if so which circuit to tap, haven’t found any info on which one to tap.
     
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    When I set mine up I didn't want to have them on all the time so main lights are on aux 1(15 amp) and amber lights on aux6(5 amp), so when I turn on only running lights 6 ambers go on too
     
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    Nice
     
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    I am looking at these. Let us know what you think of them at night.
     
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    I did use the fuse tap method.. easy to do. Specialty sent me a tap wire and instructions to do it under the passenger side fuse box. Biggest PITA was getting to the jumper wires.....I originally hooked it up to a switch.. but felt that was going to be dumb... like the ignition on method better.
     
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    Will do.. once we are able to go somewhere again!!!
     
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    Umm, the store, at night??? Just sayin'
     
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    Looks good. Got mine from the same spot. His. Ideas were super helpful too.
     
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    Looks good! Nice gift and A father and son project! My guy wanted to get on the mat and take a good look up under the bumper. A few years and he can wire lol
     
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