Yes, I took the nut and washer off the bolt that is closer to the wheel well and slid the bracket on. I did not have to remove the hitch receiver, it slid right on then torqued it back down.
Not at all, they have a hanger that is provided in the kit that bolts up using the hitch receiver hardware. Just make sure you torque it back down to the hitch receiver specs. I would post a picture but unfortunately my truck is in the body shop. During the most recent snow storm a plow took out the passenger side bed side and rear bumper.
Those look nice! Is there a substantial improvement in visibility when driving at night?
Do you have any pictures of them?
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07D7LJX4L/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1 This is what I used. I have the putco blade tailgate light. This connector plugs in between the truck factory wiring and the 7 pin connector on the bumper of the truck. The four pin pig tail is where I connected my light bar. This way I don't tie up the 7 pin or the 4 pin connector on the bumper.
Nothing too crazy, just installed boost auto dual function (cargo and reverse) wiring harness. This way the LED lights on my tow mirrors will turn on when the truck unlocks at night and automatically when I put it in reverse. This still gives me the ability to turn them on with my cargo lights as well. Nothing major just a nice feature.
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