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LED Aftermarket Reverse Lights / Pods

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My Rigid reverse lights & Whelen strobes (pink arrow in pic) installed:

 

I want my reverse lights to be mounted where your strobes are.

 

Sent from my DROID RAZR HD

 

 

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I want my reverse lights to be mounted where your strobes are. Sent from my DROID RAZR HD

 

There's not much clearance between the plastic & metal, so you'll have to buy lights that'll fit (like NitroDatsik did below)

 

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This are the ones I used

 

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GJQSIFI/ref=cm_sw_r_udp_awd_-Crktb01F3PET

 

Short clip of the all the lights I done.

 

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those are slick thanks for the install pix, I may have to get those..

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Registered just to respond to OP. I did the exact same mod. When I spliced into the green wire nothing happens. Splice into the trailer pin works. But not the green wire coming out of the gray and blue boxes. Any suggestions?

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Adding led backup lights

 

 

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Any pictures of the finished product and any comments on how they came out? I've been wanting to see a K2 with these reverse lights. I think it's nice that they are flush, BUT I don't really want to start cutting into a 50K truck

 

 

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Very nice! Came out great and really digging the front bar. Makes me want to do that instead of behind the grill. Still debating though

 

 

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Looks good. Which optics did you go with on the rears: spot, flood, or diffused? I went with flood on mine but kind of wishing I had got diffused instead.

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My Rigid reverse lights & Whelen strobes (pink arrow in pic) installed:

 

 

Amber or white strobes? Just for fun or a specific purpose?

 

Sent from my DROID RAZR HD

 

 

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Clear. I sometimes respond to emergencies in my personal vehicle.

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Looks good. Which optics did you go with on the rears: spot, flood, or diffused? I went with flood on mine but kind of wishing I had got diffused instead.

 

 

What makes you wish that you would've gotten diffused? The wider beam pattern? Just curious cause I am considering ordering some LEDs for reverse and if you are saying that diffused would be better, It makes me think of getting those over floods

 

 

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Someone had a full LED strip they used as a backup light. Looked slick mounted under the tailgate and no drilling needed as would be required with the bumper step LED pods....who was that?

 

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IMO, they're a little too focused. Gives me a ton of light 20' behind the truck but not much near bumper corners. I'll prob put two pod lights under the bumper corners

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does anyone know if it is possible to wire the reverse lights to BOTH a swtich AND the reverse lights? Don't want to have to flip a switch everytime I back up the truck but also want to be able to flash irritating tailgaters and use as work lights behind the truck. Just waiting for my 2014 Sierra to come in and then I can start to experiment with some of these things. Thanks

i had a set of these:

KC Hilites 517 26 Series Backup/Flood Light

installed on a truck I had about 6 years ago. The LED technology and availability of different options is a lot more diverse now than it was even that short of a time ago. What I am getting to is the wiring harness in this kit sounds like what a lot of you are looking to accomplish. When you put the truck in reverse the auxiliary lights come on, but it is made to run a switch so that you can turn them on anytime you need them. I am not sure if the wiring harness is available on it’s own though? I loved it, looking to do the same only with LED’s and you guys have done some great things here! I think I may go with the low profile, 4 across option due to the fact that my truck has no lift or level kit and it would give them a better chance of not bottoming out on something.

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