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Removing Bull Bar & Lights/ Question....

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by jeremy_283, Mar 8, 2012.

  1. Mar 8, 2012 at 1:13 PM

    jeremy_283 [OP] Super Member

    Dec 14, 2008
    08 TRD Offroad Access Cab 4x4 Auto 4.0L
    Hella Rallye 4000 Cornering Lights PIAA 510 Fog Lights All Pro Front Bumper All Pro Rear Bumper All Pro Transfer Case Skid All Pro IFS Skid All Pro Rock Sliders All Pro High Clearance Hitch OME Dakar Leaf Springs OME Rear Shocks OME Front Shocks OME 885 Front Coils Wet Okole Seat Covers WeatherTech Floor Liners Sony Head Unit JL XD600/1 Amp 2 JL Audio 10” Subwoofers Custom Subwoofer Enclosure Kenwood Front Speakers Sony Rear Speakers Sound Deadening Mats LED Interior Lighting Pop N’ Lock Tailgate Lock Viper Alarm System Extra D-Rings In Truck Bed Maglite Seat Mount Disable Seatbelt Chime Rear Differential Breather Relocation Hi-Lift Bed Mount Flexible Front Mud Flaps 110v Inverter Always At 400w ABS Kill Switch Locking Center Console Removed Sway Bar
    I'm removining cause my lights are shaky and I've tightened them down so much one of the mount holes on the bull bar is cracked. It also blocks off my tow points which I don't like. When I originally put it on I poked a hole with a coat hanger in the rubber thing on the driver side front of the truck and fished the wires for the lights through there. Once its removed and the wires are gone do I need to worry about water getting in or anything?
  2. Mar 8, 2012 at 1:38 PM

    Pugga Pasti-Dip Free 1983 - 2015... It was a good run

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    Hit it from the engine side with some black RTV silicone. There won't be much water in that area typically unless you're fording through streams but that'll keep it sealed up.
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