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Unread 07-02-2013, 12:27 AM   #16
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1998 ZJ 
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I have four of the rectangle lights mounted on a roof rack bar on my ZJ, I love the light output and pattern. The only complaint I have is that they don't like to stay where I put them so I almost always have to adjust before use. I'm trying to build some kind of system to keep them "locked" together and then have an external up and down adjustment that moves all four at once but it's complicated. As far as how many you could fit on the roof goes, I put mine in line with the four ridges on the roof and they look great, you could fit six if you wanted to but there would be little to no room in between each light.

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Unread 07-04-2013, 09:37 PM   #17
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The light bar I built is 38 inches wide. 5.5x6 is 33, so ill have 5 inches for spacing them. That should leave 1 inch in between each one if I put the outside two directly flush with the light bar.

So if my math or anything is wrong, I'm sure the Internet will correct me
95 Laredo 4.0, 2" RE BB, RC N2.0 Shocks, Custom Roof-Mount Light Bar w/ 6 lights, Bumpers deleted, Homemade sway bar discos, Michelin LTX 31x10.50s, and a Dog Box :)
Planned: Homemade Spare tire carrier, double shear front track bar, 4 adjustable rear control arms, New Rims and 33" Wrangler MT/Rs or BFG M/T KO's w/ LOTS of trimming.
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