But, it shows just for a TJ/JK. How did they do it?? I don't know if I feel like spending $1800 bucks for just a bracket. The light bar does come with two mounts that are on the side. So I suppoose I could measure, drill, and set a rivet bolt of some fashion. Any comments/suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Thanks all
Quite honestly I don't think any YJ owner has ever ponied up the $$ for one of those Rigid Light Bars. They're quite expensive, especially if you consider the number of inexpensive chinese light bars out there, like this one:
Yeah not to mention you can buy a KC Daylighter spotlight kit and a 55w HID kit for less than $200 total, and it would still put out more light.
That being said, I go crazy over LED's...
I dig LED's as well, just not to the tune of $1800.00, like you said $200.00 and you're covered. I put LED's for my interior 4-5 years ago tied into the stock dimmer and door pins, just have not got around to doing the dash lights. Shoot 2006 I slapped on $80 worth of Walmart lights, and the Pro Comps that were free, maybe $30 in relay switch kits and now have windshield, bumper, rock lights. I won't upgrade or replace until something breaks.
i spend an obscene amount of money on lights for work (motion picture). the last LED was a 12"x12" at $2700.00 and although i spend a lot, i just couldnt get myself to pay those prices for a light on a jeep even though its not that expensive compared to what i spend on other lights. i cant imagine many pay full price for those.
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the bracket from rigid is 289.99 i think you can get almost the same one for like 179 at 4wd.com. i was thinking about getting that bracket and fabbing up a crossmember and putting hids up there i like the way it fits to the windshield unlike most light bars that stick out from the frame., i think those are ugly. these brackets will also proteect the frame from damage.