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  1. Java

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    I was lucky enough to win a couple of projection lights from Double AA. I didn't want to put them in the door. I pulled power from the trailer connector parking light wire. The driver side has a convenient bracket just inside the rear door on my scab that just needed to be bored out. I'm not sure what I'll do with the second light maybe use it with the bed lighting or off the tailgate.
     

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    pic of the bracket
     

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    Looks dim but cool. Thanks for sharing
     
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    It isn't dim it is just my awesome photog skills
     
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    To be honest that looks bad ass. Can we get a better picture????
     
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    Looks bad ass!
     
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    Helpful hint: Glue the lens inside the cylinder. It can rotate on bumpy roads. Probable a good idea for those with in-door mounts as well.
     
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    follow up for the light. This application did not hold up well to our weather and off roading. This is a better idea for Raptor street queens. I should have stuck it in the door like the product is intended. My son's mustang has very cool puddle lights with a mustang projected onto the ground with remote unlock. I was looking for the same affect.
     
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    it's water and weather resistant but not water and weather proof. I have a couple new designs I'm working on that might work better for you.
     
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    why do my puddle lights not work anymore since installed these
    nor does the back bed light
     

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