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Old 02-22-2020, 04:47 PM #46
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Reviving an old thread but I'm curious, how did you mount these? I want to do the same but just looked and short of drilling holes in my frame I didn't see a great spot to mount them.

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I did this using one of the middle holes that were used for the running boards. I used theses : https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

They came with some bolts and mounting hardware and nothing else needed to be purchased if you have some electrical tape and zip ties. Play with the mounting till you get them positioned correctly. Took 45 minutes to get them installed. Torque all the bolts on the face of the lights before you install them to keep em watertight; a lot of mine were loose. So far they have been running fine and a nice touch for $14. Remember that the stock wiring will only be there if you had light up running boards. Pm me if you want some pics of how I mounted them
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Did anyone notice that doors get more dirt and rockers rust more before the removal ?

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Chrono,

I did this using one of the middle holes that were used for the running boards. I used theses : Amazon.com: Nilight - 60001F-B Led Pods 2PCS 18W 1260LM Flood Led Off Road Lights Super Bright Driving Fog Light Boat Lights Driving Lights Led Work Light for Trucks, 2 Years Warranty: Automotive

They came with some bolts and mounting hardware and nothing else needed to be purchased if you have some electrical tape and zip ties. Play with the mounting till you get them positioned correctly. Took 45 minutes to get them installed. Torque all the bolts on the face of the lights before you install them to keep em watertight; a lot of mine were loose. So far they have been running fine and a nice touch for $14. Remember that the stock wiring will only be there if you had light up running boards. Pm me if you want some pics of how I mounted them
Reviving an old thread here, but any chance you could post some pics on how you mounted these lights? Would love to do this to mine!
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They do kinda look snazzy without the running boards though I am not at all sure I want to deal with the PITA of taking them off...
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I really found the running boards to be a nuisance - they mainly just got my pants dirty getting in and out. Then one day during a snowstorm my rear to wheels slide off the road and the running board was bent on the shoulder of the road.

I ended up leaving them on for the extra layer of protection.
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