There is a link to their "L" light mounting brackets, however I don't think that's what I'm looking for. I am specifically looking for something that will allow me to put 2 lights at the bottom corners of my windshield, something like this:
The KC brackets look like they would work as well.
06 Rubi with some sort of double ended, chrome knobbed, cross threaded, infinitely adjustable, frequently breakable, worn out flammywhammers zip tied onto it.
It used to be a jeep thing... til that sh!t broke!
Rugged Ridge makes a set thats like 24 bucks, i have them on my jeep and they worth with any bolt on light.
There are very few vehicles that can be defined as "made for offroad". Unfortunately, the Wrangler can definitely be defined as "made for offroad" by its inability to handle well on road
I am looking into doing this to my jeep. Is there any downside to this type of mount? I am looking to really use the lights on them too. Maybe 5 nights a week. Plus I was wondering what Type of light is best: long range, driving, fog?
I've been thinking about getting lights on my jeep, and I remembered this thread. I was wondering the same thing as jkjeep06. Also how useful are lights mounted on the windshield? I noticed that most people are mounting auxiliary lighting on their bumpers vice windshield. Is there a practical reason for that or is it just cosmetics? Thanks.
I have the Rugged Ridge windshield mounts and just bought a set of Hella 700FF, will post pics and review (albeit a layman's review cause I know next to nothing about lights).
P.S. the light mounts were an easy install, although I wasn't sure about the torque when replacing the windshield hardware (any info would be great )
2010 Sahara, Red, rough country winch & stubby, Body Armor rock sliders, stiff spring mod, RC 2.5" series II lift kit, 33X12.5 Duratracs on 15" MB72s.
2007 Grand Cherokee, Red Rock Crystal Pearl, 5.7L HEMI