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Stacked lights in a bumper.

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by Marc M, Nov 20, 2011.

  1. Nov 20, 2011 at 8:33 PM
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    Marc M

    Marc M [OP] Dirty White Boy

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    '06 TRD O/R Dbl-Cab
    TRD Cat-Back, TRD CAI, 3" Lift, ATX Chambers, Color matched Grille and Door Handles, Scooped Hood, GrillCraft upper and lower, DTRL, Foglight Mod, Redline Hood Struts, 20% Tint all around, SGII, Blacked out dash, Extang Full-Tilt, etc, etc, etc.
    So I'm rebuilding a 1993 International 8100 6X4 Tractor. I will be doing a good bit of night time driving when it's completed.

    The front bumper has (2) 4"x6" rectangular factory holes in it for lights of some sort. I should be able to make some custom brackets to mount these lights stacked in the existing holes, one clear driving and one yellow fog.

    I don't intend to run both sets at the same time, but, do you think there would be anything negative about doing so? I'll be traversing some rough terrain and well site access roads.



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