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  1. These are amazing. Did my truck with 2 of them and then did my wife's Sportage. Good size, not to big to handle. https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B01BD5F1EA/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  2. Meguiars is much better then the Mothers product. Mothers is to thick and doesn't wipe off as easy
  3. I use a 2400psi gas powerwasher with a 45 degree tip and its works great. Rinse use foam cannon to apply soap, hand wash with microfiber mit, rinse mit in 2 buckets. Truck comes out beautiful and cuts wash time down.
  4. I did it two years ago, so I don't remember step by step. Basically.... I removed the tow hooks cut the air dam so the lights would fit drilled holes for mounting screws mounted lights with an up/down bracket from rigid, used a piece of aluminum on backside of air dam for a little extra strength, even with the up/down bracket I had to shim the bottom to get a good alignment ( i used a piece of rubber) mounted relay near battery and ran the wire through the firewall through the access hole neat the steering knuckle. (found it on youtube) removed a-pillar and overhead (also youtube) loosened headliner and ran wire. mounted the Rigid switch in the overhead.
  5. Great pattern...did spot. They are a little high, I had to shim them even with the up/down mounting brackets from rigid, but I got tired of taking them apart figured they were close enough. I get flashed once in a awhile, but screw it. Took some time to get the wire up to the overhead. thought about running another wire while I had it apart, wish I would have now.
  6. Rigid flush mount srq, rigid switch in overhead....
  7. I used Rigid SR-Q flush mount lights and the Flush mount up/down gasket and I still had to "shim" the gasket a little. Also, I cut some aluminum for the back to add a little support to air dam.
  8. Just drilled a hole and used stainless steel hardware. Wires had to go off to the side, then I just tapped the backup lights and whala....
  9. The lights are Rigid SQ-R flush mounts. I used the mounting blocks from Rigid and still had to shim the bottom to level them. I just cut a hole in the air dam, used a piece of thin metal on the back of the air dam to add a little stability. Ran the wire to the overhead.
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