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Old 03-02-2012, 04:32 AM   #1
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help with bumper lights

ok here is my problem i got a new bumper its a nates winch bumper it has the hoop to protect the winch and that has light tabs where did u all run your wires for the lights so there not just hanging thought about drill a hole in the tube run wires inside then drill bottom of tube agin to bring the wire out the bottom bumper i hate seing wires please help like the light in this pic
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Old 03-02-2012, 05:56 AM   #2
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I have looked all over at pic can't see how people are running wires

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Old 03-02-2012, 09:53 AM   #3
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So WHAT'S wrong with your idea ?
Sounds logical to me if you want to HIDE the Wires it's the way to go.
If HIDING is of NO concern, you could just Tape or Zip Tie the Wires to the tubing.
There is NO ONE WAY of securing the Wires to keep from just hanging.
Use whatever works best for you that you'd be able to live with, it's your Jeep.
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I have looked all over at pic can't see how people are running wires
1) the lights probably aren't hooked up and are a "for show" display
2) I just used wire loom and zipties to run the wires down the hoop. as long as its all black you can hardly see it from more than 5ft away.
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