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LED Bar behind Satoshi

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by Punkindrublic, Sep 14, 2012.

  1. Punkindrublic

    Punkindrublic [OP] Well-Known Member

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    I looked through the forum and couldn't find a thread already started specifically for this so I figured I'd post this incase anyone else wanted to do the same. I took a RI 20" SR LED Bar and put it behind my Satoshi grill. I used a BAMF behind the grill light mount with the LED bar adaptor. I like the mount but I couldn't get mine to have all four screws bolted in. The best I could get was three screws in due to the way the LED adaptor I received was made. Don't take that as I am unsatisfied with BAMF's product I'm just saying how it is. I love the BAMF light mount but wish I could have the fourth screw in. I It was actually a pain in the ass to do but I made it work with a little Dremel work and determination. I had to Dremel out part of the bracket that is in from of the radiator because the LED was to deep to fit otherwise. Here are the pics of how I got it to fit in the very tight space. Let me know if you want any more pics and I'll get them posted.

    Finished product at night with my roof lights, halos, and LED Bar on from the side:

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    Daytime:

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    LED Bar + Halos + Roof Lights straight on:

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    Halos + LED Bar from the side:

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    How I made it fit with Dremel work:

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    Side View:

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    Added Rubber so it doesn't destroy my Bar:

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  2. Trifenix

    Trifenix Well-Known Member

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    Looks great!
     
  3. Punkindrublic

    Punkindrublic [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Thanks man!
     
  4. ShaLor

    ShaLor Well-Known Member

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    Custom mud flap removal from rock on trail :), Tailgate Hose Clamp Mod, Cobra 75 wx st CB install, 19 more D-Rings in the bed, Satoshi Grill, Fog Lamp on any time mod. Relentless Fab CB antenna hood mount, LED bed lights, Demello Hybrid Sliders, Undercover Tonneau Cover, Lighted 4x4 switch
    Did you have to move your transmission cooler? If so, how did you do it?
     
  5. Punkindrublic

    Punkindrublic [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Yes I angled it down and it can kind of be seen in the side view photo. There is a screw already on the truck that I just used to attach it with.
     
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