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Limelight

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  1. I mounted mine under the rear seat- I have the single ARB though.
  2. I’m not worried about it. It’ll take a long time for the 2 bed lights to drain that battery. Once I get the ARB Fridge setup with a slide, I’ll be installing dual betteries. Flip of a switch and I’ll be off.
  3. Hello there! Today I installed a dedicated 12v outlet in the bed ( I’ll be adding my ARB Fridge in the near future) and while I was at it I installed a switch so the bed lights can be operated at any time. Both mounted on the plastic filler plug where the 5th wheel plug would be located. Super easy. The outlet is wired to my aux fuse box, directly from the battery. To wire the lights to operate any time you just need to remove the driver’s taillight. Then you can see the wires for the bed lights LED’s. Tap into the blue wire and run it to one side of a SPST switch. The other side of the switch goes to constant 12v hot (the 12v outlet). Done! Works great!
  4. I would add this from the pictures, regarding safety. Don’t wear a watch when working around the battery if you have a metal band or bezel. It will cause the same contact arc. Your wrist won’t feel too good if it gets welded to the terminal, lol. Actually ANY watch on your wrist is a bad idea when working under the hood. If you need to get your hand out of there in a hurry for any reason, you don’t want that watch to hinder you’re movement....
  5. Do you really think GM wants you under there? Dealer work makes them money. I doubt its even on their list At all.
  6. I’ve done lots of write ups on other forums over the years so I appreciate the time and effort you have put into this! Great contribution. Good job.
  7. I bought an awesome flashlight once and every time I stared into the lens it burnt the hell out of my eyes! It was ridiculous. I don’t understand the point of threads like this, sorry.
  8. Thanks! They are the perfect color and brightness. I got them on Amazon. Partsam 4 pack LED rock lights part # GTCV-0256604321
  9. Here ya go- Thanks! https://www.amazon.com/Partsam-Ranger-Pioneer-Maverick-Footwell/dp/B07HNRG5P2/ref=mp_s_a_1_4?keywords=partsam+led+rock+lights&qid=1585173412&sr=8-4
  10. I added a Flowmaster 40 and a stainless tip. Pretty aggressive sound. I'll see if I can live with it when I tow my 37' camper through the mountains, lol.
  11. I did it like this on my 2500HD...not accent lights, they work like the O/H lights... A few posts down I replaced the strip lights with better Pod lights that match the factory lighting, Big difference at night! https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/236284-footwell-lights/?do=findComment&comment=2391900
  12. Night time pics! I'll update the first post too...
  13. So I replaced the strip LED's with some better quality pod lights. Brighter, and a more accurate color match to the original lights. You can see just how dim the interior lights are (they are on in the pics too!) I also added one on the back of the console. Nice addition!
  14. I thought about that too- but I was bored...there was this toggle switch...lol. I can’t wait to post night pics- it’s really well lit!
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