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How to mount rock lights?

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas (1995-2004)' started by 98fourbangertaco, Jul 22, 2010.

  1. Jul 22, 2010 at 6:37 PM

    98fourbangertaco [OP] Well-Known Member

    May 7, 2010
    First Name:
    Taylorsville, NC
    98 toyota tacoma, 4wd, SR5, 2.7L, 5-speed
    daystar 2.5in suspension lift kit, detroit truetrac in rear, custom transfer case skidplate, deckplate mod, green high-performance drop in filter, Huskyliner floor mats, 31x10.50 wild country radial mtx tires, yakima roof rack, load warrior basket, stubbs welding rock sliders, arb front bumper with warn 9,000lb winch and procomp black series 100w offroad lights, trail-gear rear bumper, borla exhaust, blacked out factory wheels, shovel mounted on roof rack, de-mudflaped
    If you have rock lights on your truck, lets see some pics on how there mounted and some info on what lights u used
  2. Jul 22, 2010 at 8:16 PM

    Manlaan Well-Known Member

    Jan 25, 2010
    First Name:
    Riverton, Utah
    2002 XtraCab SR5 V6 4x4 Black
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    I haven't quite decided what I wanted to do for rock lights either.

    Just some suggestions of stuff I have seen and heard about though:


    I was actually thinking of building something myself with http://www.oznium.com/prewired-superflux
    http://www.oznium.com/prewired-superflux/action/page6 has some pics of someone that used these. On page 7, he says he used 14, which looks plenty bright in pure dark, and not too bad in half dark. On page 2, you can see what a single light would look like from about the top of the fender (mounted on a mirror pointing down on a car). Maybe 4 per wheel would be about right for about half the price of the amazon one.

    Then there's always the ol fall back of cheap walmart type lights, but I think with the benefit of power usage and durability, led is really the way to go if doing it today.
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