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Rigid light build

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by masterwacker, Nov 25, 2012.

  1. masterwacker

    masterwacker [OP] Well-Known Member

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    TRD Sport hood, TRD Sport paint matched rear bumper and grill, BDF grill light bracket with some Rigids, 40" Rigid roof bar, SPOD, Stereo, Pro Comp Prorunner front strut lift and rear shocks, PXA 7036 Wheels-285/70R17 BFG AT/KOs and some other stuff
    Thanks. I am currently running 285/70R17 BFG AT/KO
     
  2. jjhitchen

    jjhitchen Relentless

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    Nice, they look really clean. Those are the same tires I plan on acquiring in march, any rubbing issues if you don't mind going off topic real quick?
     
  3. Datsik

    Datsik Well-Known Member

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    Awesome job brother. Looks great
     
  4. Spoonman

    Spoonman Granite Guru

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    My truck is MAGIC
    Most light! I want a roof light bar so bad. But everyone is getting them now.

    I love yours though.
     
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    Datsik Well-Known Member

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    Fractured FPS-a-holic

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    Holy LED batman!!!! Looks great!
     
  7. ThomasMore66

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    What light switch set-up are you running in the truck for your SPOD? Been thinking about an overhead console since my TRD OR doesn't have but two dummies which would have been for the heated seats.
     
  8. XIGUNHAWKIX

    XIGUNHAWKIX Just a desert dude.

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    Nice write up, truck looks great man.
     
  9. 4x4Taco09

    4x4Taco09 Well-Known Member

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    Awesome write up!!!

    Do you think I could make a 40" radius bar fit the same? Obviously the bar mounts would be angled some. But do you see any reason why it wouldn't work?
     
  10. 68vert

    68vert Well-Known Member

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    Hey Paul, Do you get any wind noise (or other noise) from the LED lightbar mounted to the roof rack?
     
  11. masterwacker

    masterwacker [OP] Well-Known Member

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    TRD Sport hood, TRD Sport paint matched rear bumper and grill, BDF grill light bracket with some Rigids, 40" Rigid roof bar, SPOD, Stereo, Pro Comp Prorunner front strut lift and rear shocks, PXA 7036 Wheels-285/70R17 BFG AT/KOs and some other stuff
    No wind noise at all.
     
  12. RigidIndustries

    RigidIndustries Built To Be Seen

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    Paul, your build is crazy impressive! Informative and thorough thread also!
    Thank for choosing Rigid for all your lighting needs!

    Cheers!
     
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