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Unread 01-04-2013, 07:25 PM   #1
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Jeep shops near Stamford?

Hey guys!

I recently moved to the Stamford area and got some KC lights for my Wrangler for Christmas but need a place to install em out there...anybody know any good spots that won't rip me off near/around the area??

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Unread 01-05-2013, 08:00 AM   #2
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There are no offroad dedicated shops local in Stamford. As far as I know in CT for that you need to go to Danbury or to New Haven. How do you want the lights installed? Did you get a harness with them? Its pretty simple. I work in Stamford every day and could help you do it yourself after work if you want.
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Oh cool thanks! I actually haven't ordered the lights yet but thanks for the offer, I may take you up on the offer...which lights would you suggest getting anyways? I don't need anything too fancy just the basic...I'm fairly new at this...I've got a 2011 4 door wrangler unlimited
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Oh cool thanks! I actually haven't ordered the lights yet but thanks for the offer, I may take you up on the offer...which lights would you suggest getting anyways? I don't need anything too fancy just the basic...I'm fairly new at this...I've got a 2011 4 door wrangler unlimited
What lights would I suggest? Well, if I were doing it over (or maybe when I do decide to do it over) I'd get LEDs. Maybe a nice bar for the windshield and some duallys for the bumper. That probably is a bit more than the "basic" you are asking about. Things like KC slimlites and comparable stuff very common for people in your situation. A prior girlfriend bought me PIAA Ion Yellows (fog for bumper and driving for windshield) which have been fine for me.

If you buy a two light kit from most anybody it will come with the harness which makes it pretty much plug and play.

Depending on where you want to mount the lights you may have to buy brackets in addition to the lights.
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