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New Rigid SR-L rear lights installed

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Lighting Forum [GEN 2]' started by Jim Bingman, May 8, 2020.

  1. titanjc

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    These look really great, I'd also like to see a couple of shots of your truck from a little further back so we can see how they fit in with the entire rear end.
     
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    Actually, if you rotate the small bracket, they can fit up tighter under the bumper.

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    Here is a video-

     
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    Any chance anyone has shots of the SR-L spreader at night from a few different angles? Im really torn between this light or a set of S2 pros for my reverse lights. Im guessing work/scene would be the best lens to go with on the BD's to throw light out to the sides? Or would wide cornering be best? Any help is greatly appreciated, thank you.
     
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    They actually look awesome. Here is another video showing them.



    Here is the link to the Raptor specific kit.. and remember you can use discount code Raptorforum100 for another 10% off.

    https://specialtyperformanceparts.c...r-rear-sr-l-series-reverse-light-kit-no-drill

    John
     
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    I’ve actually got some cool pics as well on a cloudy day...

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    Thank you, additionally im really more focused on how the beam pattern looks coming off the back of the truck at night. Trying to see if Rigids spread pattern or BD wide/cornering or work/scene is better for throwing light out to the side. Night shots with either light/pattern on would be a huge help in deciding.
     
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    You can always move your camera up if the light is blocking your view like I did.

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