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post #1 of 13 Old 01-12-2014, 08:05 PM Thread Starter
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New lighting option for TJ model

This Post Is To Answer Any Technical Installation Questions.


http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f43/n...years-1990578/

No need to try to retrofit your LED lighting. Check out our vendor display thread specially designed for the TJ. Below is a preview of the hood mount bracket.

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post #2 of 13 Old 01-12-2014, 08:11 PM
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Forgot to bolt it in place.

Was wondering....what kind of glare do you get off the hood from the LEDs?

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It "may" be super functional, but man that looks tacky...at least to me. It reminds me of something I'd have seen on a Camaro in 1984.
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Forgot to bolt it in place.

Was wondering....what kind of glare do you get off the hood from the LEDs?
LOL..Thats your job.

No Glare! Projector lens with side floods prevent glare. Same design as our JK model.

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It "may" be super functional, but man that looks tacky...at least to me. It reminds me of something I'd have seen on a Camaro in 1984.
Tacky? Really? Tacky is what others offer. Below are the two versions available currently offerd by our "competitors".
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Tacky? Really? Tacky is what others offer. Below are the two versions available currently offerd by our "competitors".
I'm not trying to offend you, that's just my opinion...but I also find many Jeep accessories to be tacky. You posed this in a non-vendor section so it seems open to opinions.

No offense intended though, just my honest assessment.
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I'm not trying to offend you, that's just my opinion...but I also find many Jeep accessories to be tacky. You posed this in a non-vendor section so it seems open to opinions.

No offense intended though, just my honest assessment.
Id agree with that... I dont like the idea of mounting lights on the hood (or anything on the hood, really). I will admit though, the idea of mounting lights there is a good one though.
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I'm not trying to offend you, that's just my opinion...but I also find many Jeep accessories to be tacky. You posed this in a non-vendor section so it seems open to opinions.

No offense intended though, just my honest assessment.
Yup. This is TJ Tech, not Vendor Display forum.

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Here is our JK Version and a link to a vidio of it in action!

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Yup. This is TJ Tech, not Vendor Display forum.
We want to answer any installation questions you my have.

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I'm not trying to offend you, that's just my opinion...but I also find many Jeep accessories to be tacky. You posed this in a non-vendor section so it seems open to opinions.

No offense intended though, just my honest assessment.
Lol, not offended at all. That is what makes Jeeps so great, you can personalize them

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Forgot to bolt it in place.
That's not even a real Jeep in the picture.
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That's not even a real Jeep in the picture.
good observation, its just a rendering.

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