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Old 06-13-2019, 06:43 PM
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How to Install A-Pillar Light Brackets on a Jeep JL

, we will show you step by step how to install the KC A-Pillar/Windshield mount light kits onto a Jeep Wrangler JL. This process is the exact same for any Jeep Wrangler JL whether it's a Rubicon or not. If you want to take your Jeep to the next level and turn it into a daylighting machine, then these easy to install brackets are for you. On top of the A-Pillar, we are installing our Gravity LED Pro6 Single Lights. These steps will apply to 2018 to current Jeep Wrangler JL models.

For use of part numbers: #9318, #97111, #97112, #97113, #97114, #97115, #97116, #97117, #97118, #97119, #97120, #97121, #97122

If you have any questions at all during this process, please feel free to contact us!

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If the bracket doesn’t have a foam cushion between it and the paint, where do you recommend getting some? I have a monito JLUR and if I want to take the brackets off in the future, I don’t want my paint to be scratched up.

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Home Depot has some thin foam padding that is adhesive on one side - we used that adhered to the mount so that it would not scratch the paint.


The foam is about 2 inches wide.
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Thanks for the suggestion @membrain and @Moucf this is something I will bring up to our product development team.
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why not extend the wire coming out of the light, to hide the connector under the plastic piece?
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why not extend the wire coming out of the light, to hide the connector under the plastic piece?
Another good point. Thanks for the suggestion @dewey7015 . I will bring this up to our product development team.

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