Problem solved. I decided to wire up one light at a time and the second light, furthest from the power source blew on its own. I remembered I had to replace a corroded connector inside the light housing the day before so I started checking for possible issues there. Also took apart the "good" light and compared them. The light that kept blowing the fuse had no insulation over a connection in the ground wire where there was insulation on the other. I saw this wire was coming into contact with the hot wire. I put some electrical tape on the connection and all is good.
If you're gonna be stupid you gotta be tuff!
Tazers don't kill people. Husbands who come home early kill people
...She can dance a cajun rhythm, just like a willys in four wheel drive...
Automated jeep wave...
Just in case i missed you on the road or trail.