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Old 12-24-2013, 04:33 PM   #1
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Going to install rock lights next weekend

A quick question regarding how I plan to wire this up....

I'm trying out some LED strips that can be cut to desired length, based on an install I saw someone else do.

I plan to wire up the lights around there underside of the vehicle and will run both the positive and negative leads in a full "loop" to all the lights. Then I will "T" off both the pos and neg where it comes closest to my SPOD connection module.

I figured by running the pos/neg in a full loop, that will enable the functioning lights to still work in the event that any set of lights fail.

Is this a good approach? Any reason not to wire it this way? I'm not seeing a downside but wanted to make sure I wasn't overlooking anything.

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