Sound Off "Mighty Nite Lite" mounting spacers?

PJD642

New Member
May 20, 2010
1,543
east of Cleveland
I've got a Ford Explorer that I want to use SOS MIghty Nite Lite spots as alley lights on. It's still got the luggage rack on top. I'd like to mount the lights on the side of the luggage rack, but of course the rack doesn't have flat vertical sides - they're curved in towards the top.


Does anyone know if SOS makes filler plates for this application? I'm thinking I'm probably gonna be stuck trying to bevel some lexan to match the curve of the rack, and that's a pain in the ass. I want to mount the lights that way rather than using a u-shaped bracket or something to mount the light outboard of the rack, so it looks more "organic" aka streamlined and blended.
 

andrewsim

Member
Jun 15, 2010
316
Northeastern, IL
I'm looking for brackets that allow it to easily be mounted in side windows of an suv without compromising the side air bags. Unfortunately I have not been able to find any brackets at all for these lights because they were designed to just mount on a push bumper... If I come across anything you shall be first to know sir.
 

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