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IGuys here is my led rock lights I am using for reverse. They are bright as all get out! I'm thrilled with them. I ordered them from Steve @ http://www.sneveysoffroad.com

 

They are extremely durable maybe bullet proof lol.

 

Here is what they look like

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Well first things first you have to

Pull the spare tire to get to the lumps of wire.

 

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than pull taillights

and look at the reverse wire.

Should have 2x black one green.

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green is power.

 

Now.. Get under truck find these two clips.. Ones blue ones grey.

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blue is driver side and grey is pass side.

Locate the bright green wire and pull some slack..

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For ground i used the bracket.. Where i tapped into the hitch receiver with a small punch to make a dent than drilled... And a self tapping screw.

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Now where i marked the receiver

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Another shot

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I used red tap cons and extra wire and some loom and tapped into light green wire (power)

 

Note i used black paint on the bolts on right to compare... Much cleaner looking

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And here is them lit

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Lighting up the garage with door open

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Very very easy install. Hope this helps yall. Will be adding night shots tonight.

 

And adding my led bar on tomorrow!!

 

If interested give Steve a shout. My opinion the extra light is needed and those bulbs ppl have been adding in taillights assembly do nothing compared to these!

 

 

4:57pm

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Need to aim

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Look at my buddies truck

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Side shot phone camera isnt to great at night

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Cody

 

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Brand? Model? Cost?

 

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I did something like this on my 2011 F150. I wired the reverse lamps on a switch tho so I could control them. Helped to flash those annoying tailgaters.

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I did something like this on my 2011 F150. I wired the reverse lamps on a switch tho so I could control them. Helped to flash those annoying tailgaters.

Oh i want to do that so bad

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Wow, looks really good!! Might have to pick some of these up instead of the led bulb for reverse lights!

 

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Lights off

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Lights on

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Now comparing on me

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Finally aimed them

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My god.... They are bright

 

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Wow, looks really good!! Might have to pick some of these up instead of the led bulb for reverse lights!

 

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They are incredible

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Very nice. I had aux lights under my rear bumper on my 99 with a separate switch. Of course that was before leds came out, but they were definitely helpful.

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Very nice. I had aux lights under my rear bumper on my 99 with a separate switch. Of course that was before leds came out, but they were definitely helpful.
these are amazing. No problems finding the duck boat on the am! Lol
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Wow. Nice writeup. Thanks for the info. Those are really bright!

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Wow. Nice writeup. Thanks for the info. Those are really bright!

Thanks man.. Took about 30 min to do. I saw threads along about led bulbs in housing.. I wanted a step more.. The wow factor is awesome. At night hit the unlock button is like a space ship .

Monday doing my led bar install write up

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very nice, subscribed

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