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Discussion in 'Performance Lighting' started by aldive, April 18, 2008.

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    1. 96EXXLTinCO

      96EXXLTinCO Active Member

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      Up top: 2ea. 100w, 4ea. 55w by the grill 2ea. 55w It'll light up a trail just fine at night. Still need some on the back though, backing up a trail at night is a mother with just the reverse lights. It will be happening soon, especially since we've started hitting some trails at night now that the snow is almost gone.
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      Machine090767 Elite Explorer

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      Excellent Pics! I would like to see more Gen 4 and 5 Explorers with some added lights.
       
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      You and me both with switch mounting locations on a 2007

       
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      These are "Raptor-Style" LEDs:[​IMG]
      The mounts:
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      Placement in the grille:
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      The harness:
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    6. 96EXXLTinCO

      96EXXLTinCO Active Member

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      Added some LED pods to the back. Tired of backing into darkness on trail at night.

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      96exxx I have those on the rear of my 2G they were quite useful backing out of the recent flash floods the other night.
       
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      Havent had a chance to test em out yet, but should be able to soon. Anything has got to be better than the worthless OEM backup lights. Got em for like $16.50 delivered off amazon. dismantled them and sealed them up better with some silicone, so we'll see. Just glad I got SOMETHING to help out back there now.
       
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      I have the 4"x4" TuffLEDs from Amazon, they are so bright they'll burn your eyeballs out of your head.
       
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      I haven't participated recently. Here is the current set up with nothing but my aux lights on.

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      My old Scrapyardcar..... and still using as dailydrive :D
      Just kidding, it's old, rusty, NO performance...leaking at my front windshield....still it's has something...

      some pic's from my workplace with all lights on. (Euro export model, so turn signals are not on compared with the US models.
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      after kicking the front bumper the fog light came on....o_O
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    12. Glacier Explorer

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      KC HiLiTES 775 vs stock fog light
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      Love the look of this explorer!
       
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      Nice setup, dude! Here's my switch mounting:
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      Gonna have to re-do it at some point if and when I get a not-all-scratched radio surround. I like the location, though, for those of us with 4x2 Exploders.
       

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      Guess I should update this with my new lights.
      Added some cowl mount lights. I used KC Rally 400's.
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      Read through this whole thread and because y'all inspired me, I bought some blazers and put em down low for fogs in front of that skirt. Finally some down low light.
       
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      GingeRed11 Make Explorers Great Again! Elite Explorer

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      Hey everyone, so a couple of days ago I got some off-road light in the mail and they are great!! IMG_0540.JPG
      They are Rough Country Cree 2inch LEDS I got for $80 and I'm quite impressed
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      I ended up mounting them in the bumper and they are pretty damn nice!

      Isaac
       
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      I moved my rear-facing LED spot from under my bumper to the hatch. It lights up a broader area, and now won't collect ice in snotty weather.

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      Great idea for cold weather mate! I like it.
       

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