2010 Sierra Liberty build

Doyle257

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Ok, so this build started off with my customer getting hosed on a Facebook Liberty buy.
He was told he was buying a full feature liberty, what he got was a Economy or "Dumb" liberty, with Halogen Takedowns and Alleys, and only 2 LIN4 LED's in the front and rear of the bar.

I started off by replacing the Blue stock lenses, with used clear ones. Were not in the best shape, but were better than the blue. Sourced a I/O board, and 6 more Blue LIN4 modules on eBay.
Obtained the Whelen SXTDLED Takedowns, and LR-11 alley lights from here on eLb, and had Wilson convert 6 modules to Amber.
This all sits ontop of a Backrack, using the Backrack L brackets, and Whelen MK9s mounts
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Inside, I used a Havis(?) Universal console box that we had pulled out of a previous project, along with a Brooking BR-970S(?) control box.
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More Video and Pictures to come
 
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Doyle257

Doyle257

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Video Added.

Better Video to come.
 

Tlauden

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Very nice, I have a liberty that I'm installing on a backrack also. Just waiting for the L brackets to get here in the next day or two. Did you have to drill the L brackets to accommodate the wheel mounts or were there existing holes?
 
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Doyle257

Doyle257

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Very nice, I have a liberty that I'm installing on a backrack also. Just waiting for the L brackets to get here in the next day or two. Did you have to drill the L brackets to accommodate the wheel mounts or were there existing holes?
there were existing holes, but I had to englarge them.

I am yet to find a popular modern lightbar in existence that actually fits in the pre-drilled holes. Whelen, Soundoff, Code 3, FedSig, and Feniex all require drilling. I cannot speak for Aerodynics, Jetsonics, SD's or any other vintage bars
 

Tlauden

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there were existing holes, but I had to englarge them.

I am yet to find a popular modern lightbar in existence that actually fits in the pre-drilled holes. Whelen, Soundoff, Code 3, FedSig, and Feniex all require drilling. I cannot speak for Aerodynics, Jetsonics, SD's or any other vintage bars
I figured as much. I saw on backracks site they said modification may be required, I'm assuming the just drilled some holes to look good and figured the end user will make it work how they want....

Thanks though!
 
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Doyle257

Doyle257

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Little update on this guy. Owner got his peepee slapped by the local police last year for not having enough amber while plowing :rolleyes:

Will be modifying this bar into a DUO setup...pictures and Video to come!
 

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