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Old 03-16-2015, 03:53 PM
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Rear corner guards

I have a Teraflex ant. mount behind my tailight.Tailight guards I'm sure will be doable.But I'm uncertain about rear corner guards or armour.Also this pic was taken before I installed my 2 meter radio setup awhile back.
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If you are asking if the Teraflex mount will work with corner armor, that shouldn't be an issue if you're using your stock tail lights....not sure if that was the question.

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If you are asking if the Teraflex mount will work with corner armor, that shouldn't be an issue if you're using your stock tail lights....not sure if that was the question.
Yeah I'll be using the stock tailights with tailight guards.
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I have that mount on both sides using Poisen Spyder Trail Ccorners and stock tail lights. I am also still using the stock bolts for the tail light. Been that way for atleast 5 years and havent fallen off yet. You can go to the hardware store and find a matching bolt that is a tad longer than the stock one.
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A bit of a highjack, but the title of thread was what I was going to use, sorry. Would the following work with aftermarket round LED lights on my 93 YJ?

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Warrior | Part Number: W/I907PC

If anyone has experience with similar situation please let me know.
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Most corner guards including those from Warrior are punched to provide the same mounting holes the factory corners do. If it fits with the stock corner, it'll fit with aftermarket corner guards.
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Most corner guards including those from Warrior are punched to provide the same mounting holes the factory corners do. If it fits with the stock corner, it'll fit with aftermarket corner guards.
I know it will fit my jeep, just wondering if the aftermarket round LED lights throw a curve into the mix.
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I know it will fit my jeep, just wondering if the aftermarket round LED lights throw a curve into the mix.
I was referring to the lights still fitting without problem, not the corner guards. If you're talking about lights like ORO's round LED tail lights, they'll fit on Warrior's steel corner guards the same way they fit without corner guards.
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As Jerry suggested, most corner guards are cut to match existing holes, so if you have to cut a 4.5" hole in the tub for your round led's, you will also have to do it in the corner guards.
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