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hey, call it ridiculous or not, you find yourself on a dark road on a moonless night and that stuff is really nice, you won't be disappointed
 

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Yeah, but the lights on the hood are illegal for road use. Lights can't be over 30" high from road surface. You are only allowed 4 lights on at a time (headlights+fogs, headlights+driving lights) so the additional pair on the hood would have to be turned off. Off-road, anything goes (which might be the intended purpose if you use your van for camping). I just have a problem with the light bars people use, as they don't have focused light and blind everyone - especially when mounted high!
 

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Yeah, but the lights on the hood are illegal for road use. Lights can't be over 30" high from road surface. You are only allowed 4 lights on at a time (headlights+fogs, headlights+driving lights) so the additional pair on the hood would have to be turned off. Off-road, anything goes (which might be the intended purpose if you use your van for camping). I just have a problem with the light bars people use, as they don't have focused light and blind everyone - especially when mounted high!
I don't use em on road. I hate when people do. **** I hate most factory LED headlights for that matter.
 

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love it i need the same for pitch back country roads that are basically off road

tell me about the wiring ..

was just thinking about it
Simple really, just bought a pre-fab harness at Walmart for $20. Comes with switch, fuse holder, relay and the battery ends are already made up with loop connectors. It's set up for two lights, so I just tapped one side for power for the other two lights. I'm an electrician by trade, but I did it the laziest way possible!
 

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Simple really, just bought a pre-fab harness at Walmart for $20. Comes with switch, fuse holder, relay and the battery ends are already made up with loop connectors. It's set up for two lights, so I just tapped one side for power for the other two lights. I'm an electrician by trade, but I did it the laziest way possible!
Lazy or easiest way possible lol .. I am IT admin I hear that.. just because your tech doesn’t mean you want to be a tech on your own stuff .. I will check thosd kits out. are on the trailer section?
 
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