Couple of my recent installs

RobK

Member
May 23, 2010
252
Tolland County, CT
Simple and very, very clean. Nice work.


What did you use to mount the radio/strobe pack, etc. to? Can't tell if it is plastic, metal? Thanks!
 
May 20, 2010
990
Mission, Texas RGV
Nice installs what brackets did u use for the grill lights on the f150 I have an 150 and haven't figured out where to mount the LEDs also where did u run the wire trough for the led pics would be nice
 

cbpdogboy

Member
May 23, 2010
1,285
Detroit, MI
They look great! I would have both lights in the grille that are side by side flash at the same time to have a larger warning footprint...
 

hutch

Member
May 25, 2010
107
Plymouth, NH
Luismariadarlene said:
Nice installs what brackets did u use for the grill lights on the f150 I have an 150 and haven't figured out where to mount the LEDs also where did u run the wire trough for the led pics would be nice


I made them! I made a long bar to go across to the brackets for the grille, then added some angled aluminum to mount the lights to! I would take more pics, but it's not my truck. I only did the install on it!
 

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