LOL ..... I get lots from the Sparkys on job sites and we have an evil store up here (Princess Auto) which always has stuff on sale (they do mail order) . I've got boxes of LED lights and heatshirnk , all kinds of stuff .....I go mental in there LOL . My ex pretty much banned me from going there on my own LOL ...
07' Rubi Unlimited 6spd. , Rescue green #64 CDN , 35x12.5 mudders
how are the lights mounted? are they just shoved into the bumper?
These are light weight, all in one, bulbs, housing, etc. in a sealed unit, held in place by the rubber grommet. To remove them, the bumper will need removed and the lights pushed out from the back. They are very secure.
These are the same lights used on heavy duty trucks. I used these on my tanker trucks when I was in the truckin' business.
Krutj did you use the OEM back-up wiring to trigger a relay or just used a switch ?
I went with a switch, my reasoning was that there's no light back there, and I thought it would be nice to flip a switch and see what I'm doing(and back-up) Most of my "stucks" have required pulling out rearward, so I thought " why not ".
Plus it was a fun project and when dildo drivers have high beams behind me....well, now I'm armed...lol
Also gave me an idea to take some factory fogs and use them in the same place. I don't know if they would be too deep though.
I added your link to the F.A.Q.
The sealed units that I used were 2" deep, this is one reason that the job took some time. It matters where you put them as far as clearance goes. Outside the bumpout has more room, but you're dealing with a curve.
I pretty much laid under it, re-measuring for awhile. Can't move a 4 1/2" hole once you make it....lol