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Old 08-01-2011, 08:41 PM   #1
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Mounting lights on tube bumper...

hello everyone... how are you doing today?



oaky to the business.. i recently just sold my pig and will have some left over money and im interested in buying 3 hella 700s HIDs to put on my tube bumper.. problem is that my bumper is already powder coated w/o light tabs. i googled about welding on stuff that is powder coated and all that. some people have had no problems with it and others have. i talked to my friend who owns his own powder coating shop and said if i do weld on tabs, it powder coat will just keep chipping and chipping to the point where ill need to repowder coat it. what do you guys suggest? is there and alternate way to mount them on my bumper? i tried the search button but didnt come up with much at all.

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Something like this might work. Only looks like they come in 2 sizes but you might be able to fill in the space with some rubber.


http://www.teakatoys.com/Brushguard_...piaa-30725.htm

http://www.teakatoys.com/Brushguard_...piaa-30710.htm

Just found this one

http://www.wilsons4x4.com/WP_Catalog_2011.pdf

It is located half way down page 13 under Aux light brackets and says it will fit a bar from 1 to 2 inches.
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Something like this might work. Only looks like they come in 2 sizes but you might be able to fill in the space with some rubber.


http://www.teakatoys.com/Brushguard_...piaa-30725.htm

http://www.teakatoys.com/Brushguard_...piaa-30710.htm

Just found this one

http://www.wilsons4x4.com/WP_Catalog_2011.pdf

It is located half way down page 13 under Aux light brackets and says it will fit a bar from 1 to 2 inches.
thank you very much!!! those first two links arent working for some reason but the catalog one is, and thats something ill highly consider
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