Rigid triple fog light install

Disclaimer: Links on this page pointing to Amazon, eBay and other sites may include affiliate code. If you click them and make a purchase, we may earn a small commission.

quattrojim

FRF Supporting Member
Supporting Member
Joined
Dec 6, 2023
Posts
67
Reaction score
149
Location
Richmond, VA
I finally finished the install of my Rigid triples. I made my own fuse/relay panel (nearly exactly like LVJ’s offerings but I made some changes) I did buy LVJ’s mount and purchased the SPV harness for the Rigid lights. I went with a 50A resettable circuit breaker instead of a fuse. I have the AUX wires terminated into two/3 wire weatherproof connectors. The 3 AUX outputs plug directly into the SPV harness. The remaining 3 AUX outputs (AUX4-6) are tied out of the way under the fuse/relay panel.
 

Attachments

  • IMG_1598.jpeg
    IMG_1598.jpeg
    211.3 KB · Views: 30
  • IMG_1600.jpeg
    IMG_1600.jpeg
    266.5 KB · Views: 30
  • IMG_1601.jpeg
    IMG_1601.jpeg
    128.4 KB · Views: 35
  • IMG_1606.jpeg
    IMG_1606.jpeg
    289.9 KB · Views: 36
  • IMG_1587.jpeg
    IMG_1587.jpeg
    296.1 KB · Views: 35
Last edited:

4x4TruckLEDs.com

Supporting Vendor
Supporting Vendor
Joined
Jul 18, 2017
Posts
2,893
Reaction score
1,345
Why did you add relays/fuses? You have a Raptor with upfitters. They can power the Rigids without the need for relays/fuses
 
OP
OP
Q

quattrojim

FRF Supporting Member
Supporting Member
Joined
Dec 6, 2023
Posts
67
Reaction score
149
Location
Richmond, VA
I added them because I didn’t like the limitations of AUX1/2 at 15A, AUX3/4 at 10A, and AUX5/6 at 5A. I now have the ability to run anything I could imagine while only using the factory AUX switching as relay triggers. I do realize that the Rigid LED lights I installed probably pull less than 2 Amps. That said I can adjust my fuse sizes accordingly and have more circuit protection. Also, I over build everything and I like the redundancy. LOL
 
Top