Ford Superduty Help

REDDPSE

Member
May 21, 2010
318
Central Ohio
Curious if anyone has done an ext cab long bed superduty, if so do you have pics, looking for some ideas to mount equipment, also length of strobe cables, if 15ft was enough,


any info helps,


thanks
 

pondfly

Member
May 21, 2010
307
IL
Need more info. Where do you want the light to go, where is the power supply going to be mounted, ect.


I did them in our quad cab 8' beds and I made my own cables. It was much easier and less expensive.
 

SHO-TYME

Member
May 20, 2010
30
Dahlonega, GA
On my '06 SD CREW cab F-350, I put 2 strobe packs in it, one for the front and one for the back. I put the front on the firewall near my left foot and mounted the one for the rear in a toolbox in the bed.
 

emt757

New Member
May 23, 2010
3
I have to agree with cory, I did a dodge today and if you run it down one side like I do then utilize the crossover tube for hiding and protecting the wire . Its just the slightest bit too short
 

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