2009 dodge charger deck lighting problem

bcarson38

New Member
Oct 5, 2010
2
alabama, usa
i have a 2009 dodge charger with a oem spoiler and the radio antena which is built into the top portion of the rear window. i am looking for a light that will not completely block my view. im out of ideas and would appriciate any suggestions (with pictures if possible).
 

Abacus

Member
May 24, 2010
432
Sydney Australia
Ghosts under the oem spoiler? or tall L brackets each side of the rear deck to the necessary height to clear the spoiler with LEDS.


I am sure you will be asked later on for what your application is etc etc
 
May 22, 2010
1,163
Central WV
You could do an UltraLite, Ghosts, XP63s, Predator I or IIs in the rear headliner.


The UltraLite would give you warning and TA functions if you go with a larger one. The Ghosts are your smallest option, but you wouldn't have a very large light footprint. The XP63 would provide a larger footprint than the Ghosts. The Predator I or IIs are avaliable in Single or Dual version and would probably be your best option other than the UltraLite because of their off axis (especially the IIs) and larger footprint.


http://soundoffsignal.com/indexpages/warnamber/ddg_index.htm


http://soundoffsignal.com/warnamber/lightbars/lb_UltraLITE_Int.htm
 

dustymedic

Member
May 21, 2010
633
Columbus,OH

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