I honestly think you can use your lightbar in combination with these brackets without having to weld anything up. It looks to me like the windshield light brackets (pictured on mine below) can be placed on first, then just replace the 2 upper bolts (on each side) with longer ones, and position your lightbar holes over the windshield bracket holes, snug 'em down and go.
And hey, if the new bolts that you buy are a bit long, cutting them down to the perfect size is no problem right?
Just a thought.
You Have a Great look'n Rig by the way!
If you'd like to send your old bumper my way... feel free.
I think you are going to find it hard to get longer bolts. All of mine
had to be drilled and then I used a tap out to remove them. But if I remember right, the black button style bolt on the bottom of the top half of the hinge is a bit longer with the same threads...
Those light brackets made by Rugged Ridge are not that good. From expirience, they dont even fit. They are made in China if that gives you a hint. For me, the holes didn't even line up and yes I did have the right ones.
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