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    LED light bar

    Thought Id share my new light with you. Rigid Industries 20 E series LED. It has a combination light pattern with spot lights in the center and flood lights on the outsides.
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    How did you attach them to the front bumper? I have been thinking about getting some LED lights but since they're expensive, I'm worried about theft. So I was thinking of making a quick-disconnect plug and mounting bracket. Or have them welded on....
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    Quote Originally Posted by yubert View Post
    ...I'm worried about theft. So I was thinking of making a quick-disconnect plug and mounting bracket. Or have them welded on....
    You'll have more time to load (and reload) if it's welded, but it's more sporting with the simple detachment!

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    There is a factory harness plug just inside the grill. But, they are just bolted on (factory mounts). Rigid makes a weld on bracket but then you still bolt the light on. The housing, I believe is a cast aluminum. I will be putting my own choice of security nuts on it, in hopes to slow down that theft attempt. Green Achers my Glock is always full.

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    Here you go http://www.RigidIndustries.com/product-p/rgdsec20.htm switch to a weld-on tab for the mount rather than the cast brackets and you're golden.

    Does your light have Weatherpack or Deutsch connectors on the factory harness? If it's Weatherpack, those harnesses are crap and I'd rewire, the new harnesses are a bit better, but I still wouldn't use them.
    If you can't fix it with a hammer, then you have an electrical problem.

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