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03-19-2010 12:14 PM
thechink09 i got my lights put on the other day so i figured i would share with you guys how i did it.

i ended up not having to drill anything. i ran the wires for the lights between the door and the body and then under the plate for the front speakers.

and then for the wires going to the battery and the relay i ran them through the boot on the firewall.








ive got some wire loom that im gonna put on the wires under hood i just havent gotten to it yet
03-14-2010 10:34 PM
thechink09
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Originally Posted by waterman95 View Post
I dropped the window down and ran the wires between the window frame and tub through the cowl rubber,,, drilled 1 hole in fire wall for power feed
i was thinking about running like that but im a little worried that i might mess up the seal.
03-14-2010 12:47 PM
waterman95 I dropped the window down and ran the wires between the window frame and tub through the cowl rubber,,, drilled 1 hole in fire wall for power feed
03-13-2010 06:10 PM
duaneduanet I ran my friends like lilkev538 did but instead of drilling we loosened the dash on the ends and feed the wires there. No drilling!!
03-10-2010 08:49 PM
thechink09
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Originally Posted by crtaylor View Post
WOW ,mine are on wrong PO put them on I just mounted lights.when it warms up ill run the wires betweenthe tub and Wframe.no holes the way there wired now is getto
ha nice.

once i get my brackets in, ill just spend a saturday looking around my jeep, im sure i can find a way to wire it up with out drilling. or with out drilling too much.
03-10-2010 08:33 PM
crtaylor WOW ,mine are on wrong PO put them on I just mounted lights.when it warms up ill run the wires betweenthe tub and Wframe.no holes the way there wired now is getto
03-10-2010 01:23 PM
lilkev538 Yeah...I said the same thing. Just keep the holes small and seal them well. The end result with mine was well worth the 3 tiny holes...I can light up the night quite well.

Just give your baby a good mud bath afterward to reward her for taking the pain so well.
03-10-2010 01:20 PM
thechink09 i have to drill 3 holes in my baby poor thing is going to feel abused haha
03-10-2010 01:17 PM
lilkev538 I ran all my own wiring...the wiring harness was no fun. I had to drill a small hole in the firewall to run the wiring to the battery. Just make sure you seal it with some silicon and you will be fine.
03-10-2010 01:13 PM
thechink09 so pretty much i have to drill a hole some where to get them in? that kind of sucks. i would prefer not to have to drill.

also the lights came with a wire harness and on the diagram it show it going to the battery. do i have to drill a hole in my firewall? or is there somewhere i can feed the wires through to get to the battery?
03-10-2010 12:39 PM
jeeps&comics haha don't mean to thread jack, but Rusty B. Shackleford is my gamer name on steam... haha nice, koth ftw.
03-10-2010 11:33 AM
Blazin420 I drilled a hole next to the bracket all and then fed the wires threw.
03-10-2010 10:52 AM
lilkev538 Here is what mine looks like.
03-10-2010 09:59 AM
lilkev538 I ran the wires for my offroad lights behind the windshield hinges and then drilled a small hole inside the door frame about an inch from where my 1/2 door met the body.. After I wrapped the wires in electrical tape they were barely noticeable when you didn't know to look for them.
03-10-2010 01:14 AM
Ryark the guy who had my jeep before me drilled a hole in the windows frame.. i wanna find them and punch them in the neck..
03-09-2010 10:06 PM
thechink09 i went a head and just ordered them from jeep4x4center

whats the best way to run the wire from the lights into your yj?
03-09-2010 09:33 PM
Blazin420 I got the warrior mirror and light bracket by warrior.. I bought it from JC Whitney and it shipped within a week.
03-09-2010 09:25 PM
huber15 how did you run the wires into the jeep
03-09-2010 06:38 PM
rusty-shackleford got mine from Summit racing. that looks like a good price if shipping don't kill you. i've ordered lots of stuff from Quadratec, but their shipping rates suck. they always have what i want(haven't had a back-order yet). it would be nice if they could get a flat rate like some of the other vendors!!!
03-09-2010 02:08 PM
scott howard I made mine and if you know how to weld or have a machine / welding shop close by then you can too.
03-09-2010 10:50 AM
jeeps&comics never seen them in a store... ordered mine from q-tech, and they came in pretty fast..
03-09-2010 10:23 AM
thechink09
KC Light Window Mounts

does anyone know a store that would sell these?

i really dont feel like waiting for them to be shipped to me

Bracket, Light Mounting Black Pair*KCH-7321 by the Jeep Specialists | Morris 4x4 Center

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