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After I installed mine I was not happy with the color of the lights recommended in this thread (yellow vs orange).  I wanted them to match my parking lights.  I researched a little more and came across F-150LED’s.  https://www.f150leds.com/products/15-18_raptor_grill_led?_pos=1&_sid=0de280cf8&_ss=r
these are extremely easy to install and look great.  
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Has anyone done this on a Silverado LTTB grill? I'm interested in doing this but want to see if how folks have handled attaching the lights to the LTTB style grill

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Completed installation. 

Here is a couple of photos. I bolted between the horizontal supports in the grill. The 1/4” bolts fit perfect with fender washers. 

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3 hours ago, Mysz said:

Has anyone done this on a Silverado LTTB grill? I'm interested in doing this but want to see if how folks have handled attaching the lights to the LTTB style grill

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The lights are about 1.5 inches wide and about 3/4 inch deep.  They are attached by 3m tape.  Don’t let that scare you.  These things are STUCK!  

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The lights are about 1.5 inches wide and about 3/4 inch deep.  They are attached by 3m tape.  Don’t let that scare you.  These things are STUCK!  
Thanks. I didnt read your earlier post about the f150 lights having 3m tape. Here I was thinking you still had to attached them like the other version.

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trying to install the f150 LED lights but for some reason cant get them to turn on. I connected a fuse tap to right parking lamp fuse.

 

Anyone know why they don't get power?

 

Edit: got it to work

 

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On 6/24/2020 at 3:09 PM, SilentSierra said:

After I installed mine I was not happy with the color of the lights recommended in this thread (yellow vs orange).  I wanted them to match my parking lights.  I researched a little more and came across F-150LED’s.  https://www.f150leds.com/products/15-18_raptor_grill_led?_pos=1&_sid=0de280cf8&_ss=r

these are extremely easy to install and look great.  

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Would love to do this to my Sierra, did you take the grill off and drill a few holes for the wires coming out of the lights or is there a different way?

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UPDATE: Don't waste your time on the Amazon sourced LEADTOP specific lights I used.  One of the lights burnt out after about 3 months followed by another a couple weeks later and a third one today.  Shows you get what you pay for.  FYI, the friction fitment held up GREAT.  They didn't move at all.

 

I need to find some high quality lights that don't burn out so quickly.  Did anybody find a better price for the 3 light Raptor looking setup shown in this thread.  The link provided says they cost $80.  I won't pay that much just out of principle

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Just saved me 50 bucks, they seem far superior than the Amazon lights, I installed them on the TB grille they look integrated ill post pics as soon as I get the fuse tap I ordered, if anyone is still interested.

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