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

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    1. Glacier Explorer

      Glacier Explorer Member

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      KC HiLiTES 775 vs stock fog light
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    3. OGherewego

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      Love the look of this explorer!
       
    4. 96Green

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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.
       
    5. timtimtimajim

      timtimtimajim Elite Explorer

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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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    6. uberninja

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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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    7. GingeRed11

      GingeRed11 Make Explorers Great Again!

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      FIRST POST OF 2017!!!
      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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    9. Jacob Linder

      Jacob Linder "Roadhouse" - Peter Griffin Elite Explorer

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      Great idea for cold weather mate! I like it.
       
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      I am a volunteer Search and Rescue K9 handler. Here are some photos of the amber lights and off road lighting I have installed on my 2009 Explorer XLT.

      You can look at photos I have posted on my google drive:
      Lighting - Google Drive

      Front grill has 4 amber LED heads, the fog lights have amber hide-a-way strobe heads.
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      For off-road lighting I replaced the fog light halogens with LED bulbs and installed a 14" Code 3 LED hybrid light. A friend and I made a custom bracket to mount it to the bumper and recessed it into the grill. The bracket includes a new mounting system for the front license plate.
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      In the rear I have a LED arrow stick mounted in the rear window, strobe hide-a-ways in the reverse lights, and LEDs behind the rear quarter panel glass.
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      I want to add some rear flood lights. So please share your ideas.
       
    13. WormsExplorer

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      Not as many lights as on some of these others rigs LOL But here is mine.

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      When I get a chance will post a pic of them lit up. Not hooked up yet. Got to get the Wiring done for it.
       
    14. bobditts

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      I guess I never posted my pictures here. I'm a big fan of stealthy installs. Enjoy.

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      ahodges Elite Explorer

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      I like the stealthy install. That's how I like to do them too.
       
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      domct203 Pilots The Beast Elite Explorer

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      You should upgrade the 100 watt H3 bulbs in those KC's to 130 watt H3 bulbs. 100W are only 2300 lumens while 130 watt are 3650 lumens...

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      I'm doing everything on the cheap right now.
      I want to get some lights in the side and back as well for Exploring the bush at night.

      The to do list is 6 6"Led bars for two on each side and two at the back. A roof rack and new or diamond cut headlights... Probably just new ones lol

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      Exploring XLT Elite Explorer

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      Just one 24" light bar, gets the job done.
       

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