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Can lights? Or did you mean ‘Cab’ lights?

Had Mopar clear lens originally, but decided to go with a smoke led lens. Purchased them off of EBay, and haven’t had any issues. @ $ 50 from what I recall. All external pods, bar etc are Ridgid.
 

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Can lights? Or did you mean ‘Cab’ lights?

Had Mopar clear lens originally, but decided to go with a smoke led lens. Purchased them off of EBay, and haven’t had any issues. @ $ 50 from what I recall. All external pods, bar etc are Ridgid.
Yup.. Sorry.. I mean't the cab lights. LOL

Thanks for the reply. I understand it now. So you had the benefit of having the original Mopar kit and the template to get the holes in the proper location prior to having these smoked LED ones.

I'm thinking of getting a set of those for my cab. I've seen some pretty good LED stuff on ebay, but I'm wondering whether they come with the template like the Mopar ones do.

Maybe I will go for a set of amber Mopar ones.
 

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Yes, Mopar provided the template which is a MUST. The other kits do not from what I’ve seen, as they are ‘replacement’ lights.

Measure ‘3’ times, be patient, and then drill in. You don’t extra holes etc.

For me…. I’d get the OEM ones, and if it works out…. Spend the extra for leds if you want.
 
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