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Auxbeam 50" curved for Explorer 11-16, what bracket?

Discussion in 'Performance Lighting' started by Rainlord, April 15, 2018.

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    1. Rainlord

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      I bought the Auxbeam 50" curved LED bar a while back. The brackets that Auxbeam suggests for the 11-16+ Explorer is the Chevy ones which I ordered with it. Today I finally decided to get everything mounted, but there's no way those are the correct brackets for the Explorer, as they simply do not align at all with the shape of the car no matter how I try.

      Auxbeam has tons of brackets, however, none specifically for the Explorer, and I figure it's more likely a F-150 might fit. But before I waste money on another bracket, does anyone on here have any idea which ones will work? (Here's all of them)

      Edit: I think the "suggested" brackets might just be a combo deal that I thought meant that it was the suggested brackets, but they're not.
      Edit 2: Contacted Auxbeam who said they don't do brackets for the Explorer, but to "buy them elsewhere" without hint or details as to where. If anyone knows please let me know, as google is doing me no favors.
       
      Last edited: April 16, 2018
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