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Old 03-02-2012, 06:03 PM   #1
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"Line of fire" rear light bar

Anyone tried this on your JK? Had one on a prior truck that I thought looked nice, curious what it looks like on the Wrangler.

Amazon.com: Recon 26412 49" Red Hyperlite "Line of Fire" LED Tailgate Light Bar - Fits most flare side and smaller trucks & SUV's: Automotive

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Not sure what a "prior truck" is, but

Putit on your JK-take pics and then we'll give you opinions !!

Can't wait !

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Anyone tried this on your JK? Had one on a prior truck that I thought looked nice, curious what it looks like on the Wrangler.

Amazon.com: Recon 26412 49" Red Hyperlite "Line of Fire" LED Tailgate Light Bar - Fits most flare side and smaller trucks & SUV's: Automotive

Wouldn't most of it get blocked by the spare tire?

Also, I'm wondering if it's even legal, since it's red. Looks a lot like some of the LED light bars used on emergency vehicles.

Looks pretty cool on that pickup truck in the photo, though.
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Like Wolfman says--"wouldn't the spare tire blockem" ??



Unless you putem UNDER the bumper--whats up with that ??

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Wouldn't most of it get blocked by the spare tire?

Also, I'm wondering if it's even legal, since it's red. Looks a lot like some of the LED light bars used on emergency vehicles.

Looks pretty cool on that pickup truck in the photo, though.
IIRC, the legality issue comes with flashing red lights. the solid red like those is fine as it is basically just another brake light.
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Like Wolfman says--"wouldn't the spare tire blockem" ??
Unless you putem UNDER the bumper--whats up with that ??
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IIRC, the legality issue comes with flashing red lights. the solid red like those is fine as it is basically just another brake light.
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Sorry for the confusion, I was wondering if anyone else had one.

I had one on my old truck and thought it would be neat on my Jeep. However, I think you're correct, it would probably be blocked by the spare tire. I didn't realize the tire covered as much as it does until I really looked close at mine. My Jeep is still new to me

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