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Aux Reverse Lighting - Let's see your setup!

Discussion in 'Exterior' started by Stringer, Jan 27, 2016.

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  1. Stringer

    Stringer Senior Member

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    Recently I purchased two 3" LED pods off of eBay which I intend on using as extra reverse lighting. I'd like to have them tucked up towards my frame or somewhere in that vicinity so that they are somewhat hidden. I want to see where others have mounted theirs so I can have a few options. I am itching to get this done because while I am wiring these up, I plan on finishing my 42" light bar wiring that is in my front bumper so that I can finally use that as well.

    Currently this is my setup:
    Feniex Cannon 120s in the reverse lights
    Feniex Apollo F12s on a license plate bracket

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    The Feniex lights are by no means dim however, with the 5% tint on my front windows as well as in addition to the factory tint on the rears, my visibility is very restricted when looking out my window while backing up. With it being winter, putting down my window to see gets colder and colder each time lol.
     
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    Im following... In the same boat.


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    Would be super duper cool if you guys posting could show a closeup of mounting location and/or the bracket used.


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    I second that
     
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    Got these hooked up to my reverse lights. The 5% all the way around got a little to dark haha.
     

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    I just ordered a set of pods to put on my bumper. Just didn't get a chance to hook them up yet. I want them to my reverse lights and a switch!


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    I have a 2500, but I fabricated a simple L shaped bracket from flat stock. I bolted it to an existing hole in my frame an mounted LED cubes to it. If my Ram had painted bumpers, I think I would have mounted flush mount LED cubes in it. I was afraid that cutting my chrome bumper would have resulted in rust.


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    Wandell, so far that looks like the easiest/cleanest way while getting more light out from under the truck.


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