Power source for Rigid Radiance POD Lights

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Is there a link for a full install like this, start to finish? I lost ALL SIX sets of my instructions I got like an idiot!
 

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Is there a link for a full install like this, start to finish? I lost ALL SIX sets of my instructions I got like an idiot!

Not sure which kit you got, but our SPP Triple Fog Light Kits include a harness that makes installation easy. The harness we provide with the Rigid Radiance has a 4th control wire for the back light. You can find those kits here: http://www.4x4truckleds.com/specialty-performance-parts/

Here is the manual for our SPP Brackets. Depending on the brackets you got they usually mount up the same to the same bolt areas so these MIGHT help you with your install:http://www.4x4truckleds.com/content/SPPManual.pdf
 

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Not sure which kit you got, but our SPP Triple Fog Light Kits include a harness that makes installation easy. The harness we provide with the Rigid Radiance has a 4th control wire for the back light. You can find those kits here: http://www.4x4truckleds.com/specialty-performance-parts/

Here is the manual for our SPP Brackets. Depending on the brackets you got they usually mount up the same to the same bolt areas so these MIGHT help you with your install:http://www.4x4truckleds.com/content/SPPManual.pdf
Thanks but I’m looking to wire it myself, was hoping to find a post detailing instructions on how to install with wiring instructions. Or a YouTube link if such a video existed.
 

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Welp wiring is not that hard. Positive/Negative for the RIgid and then there will be a postiive control wire for the back-light. Rigid uses DT connectors (2 pin) however on the radiance, it's just bare wires so you don't need to use connectors unless you wanna be fancy.

We do sell a harness if you wanna skip making it all. For the price, it's worth it. If you have Radiance you just cut the DT connectors off. The control wire is in there also: http://www.4x4truckleds.com/crystal...nectors-rigid-industries-kc-hilites-vision-x/
 

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Welp wiring is not that hard. Positive/Negative for the RIgid and then there will be a postiive control wire for the back-light. Rigid uses DT connectors (2 pin) however on the radiance, it's just bare wires so you don't need to use connectors unless you wanna be fancy.

We do sell a harness if you wanna skip making it all. For the price, it's worth it. If you have Radiance you just cut the DT connectors off. The control wire is in there also: http://www.4x4truckleds.com/crystal...nectors-rigid-industries-kc-hilites-vision-x/
Any chance this harness might fit Rough country lights? Plug looks pretty similar.
 
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