|06-13-2007 12:15 PM|
|daddyjeep||I'm sure if he ever comes back he can figure out how to navigate the site to find the right one for his Jeep. I was just showing the product, I didn't even look at what it went on. Sorry, I'll pay more attention next time.:duh:|
|06-12-2007 01:27 PM|
|06-12-2007 12:41 PM|
You could just get a windshield mounted light bar. You may need to fabricate some kind of mound for your strobe, but it should still look like it belongs there.
|06-12-2007 10:53 AM|
|binaryking||You could also use spray paint and paint the entire garden hoe black.|
|06-12-2007 06:54 AM|
|Odhinn||You could get a standard 3 mount light bar and fab up a mounting plate off the center hole. This would also allow you to mount another set of Lights on the other 2 mounting holes to be aimed where you would need them when plowing at night.|
|06-11-2007 11:19 PM|
|AzTJ||YOu have a reciever hitch on the back? Just weld up some square stock tubing to fit inside the hitch and weld a small plate on the top to mount the light to.|
|06-11-2007 11:05 PM|
Warning light bracket...
I have soft top 2000 Wrangler with snow plow. Since I'm unaware of any light bracket that will support the weight and dimensions of a rotating warning beacon, I had to improvise by purchasing a garden hoe, inverting it, bolting handle to rear gate, and mounting the light on the platform formed by the hoe end. It works, but it still looks like an upside down garden hoe with a light attached.
Is there a product manufactured that will serve as a light bracket for a beacon (or strobe) warning light??