ROCK LIGHTS & WHEEL LIGHTS

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Dhillon_05

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I’m on the fence about getting rock lights along with wheel lights on my 1500 longhorn. I’m worried if I connect them to the battery the lights are going to drain the battery, Is that possible or am I just paranoid and, do you guys even think they will look nice. The setup seems simple the only thing that’s sketchy is zip tying the wires near the wheels god forbid the wires get caught and pulled along with the brake wires. Do you think i should install them of leave it as is.
 

1stindoor

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I never cared for the look myself, but the great thing about trucks is the fact that there's so many ways you can make it "yours."
 

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Leave as is, but its just an opinion from someone on the internet you dont know :cool: :p
 

Badger 13

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Today's LED lights draw very little power, so I would not worry about that at all if you decide to put them on your truck. As it has been said, it is your truck, do with it what you like. You switch them anyway, so you can turn them off... If you do go that route, Headlight Revolution has a pretty good video on rock lights, just FYI.
 
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