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Old 10-07-2013, 05:23 PM   #1
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Ridged Dually's For Foglights, Any Pictures?

My jeep is due in next monday and ill be taking delivery next tuesday

Quadratec Tent event is this Saturday and im going to be ordering the rampage front recovery bumper (stubby) and some ridged lights. Figured while i had my front end tore apart i would just add the duallys in my new bumper with the foglight replacement kit ridged sells.

Any pictures of this done? also with a night shot?

Would you wire them directly into the foglight circuit or would you put a relay in and power them directly off the battery?

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Power off the battery , they are spot ones

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Old 10-07-2013, 06:21 PM   #3
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Whenever you're adding an accessory, especially a high powered one such as lights, you want to wire a relay and a fuse in line. This prevents back-feeding to your Jeep's electrical system and ultimately your computer.
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Power off the battery , they are spot ones
that looks great! any night shots from the cab out?

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Whenever you're adding an accessory, especially a high powered one such as lights, you want to wire a relay and a fuse in line. This prevents back-feeding to your Jeep's electrical system and ultimately your computer.

Can i just tie the relay into one of the positive fog light wires? not sure if that messes with the canbus system
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Here you go not best shot of how well these light up

This shot is with my light bar only , see the dark in the middle way out there in the picture

Here is the same shot with the dually's on and you can see that the dark spot is gone
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Old 10-08-2013, 01:05 AM   #6
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Awesome! Thank you for taking the time to post those! Really appreciate it
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Old 10-08-2013, 03:26 AM   #7
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KC 130 watt SlimLite with KC Windshield Mounted Lights.
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Also Check out this company : Black Box Logistics - Innovated Solutions

Very similar to Rigid lights, great quality, about 1/2 the price. I am very happy with their fogs.
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I am looking at doing the same thing as well and already have the lights and mounts. Trying to decide if I should get the SPOD but not sure my budget will allow. I would really like to tie in the fogs to the factory switch bit not sure how and exactly what is needed. Any guidance and help would be awesome!
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Whenever you're adding an accessory, especially a high powered one such as lights, you want to wire a relay and a fuse in line. This prevents back-feeding to your Jeep's electrical system and ultimately your computer.
Very true, but the rigid lights draw less power than a blinker so not necessary.
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Check out Aurora also. Similar to RI and BLL. Great build quality, good prices.

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