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04-30-2013 05:38 PM
RubiCobra The D2's have a ground wire, you just can't see it. From the quick disconnect to the light they have a rubberized coating over the pos and ground wires.

Electrical accesories will always have a ground. The big light bars just don't have the quick disconnects like the duallys
03-31-2013 10:06 AM
Brock halper
Help with a 50" e series rigid light bar.

I have a 30" bar and 4 dually d2s all of them have just one wire going to the light that plugs into the wiring harness. I got my 50" e series in and it has a pos wire on one end and a neg wire on the other. Are all the 50" bars wired this way or should it be just one wire running to it any help is greatly appreciated.

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