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joecool911

Looking For A Light Bar

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NFab used to sell a bumper mounted 4 unit light bar for 2001. They no longer show it in their catalog. That was the only source I am aware of. Any ideas for mounting 4 Hella lights up front? 2 driving and 2 fog lights. Thought maybe there'd be some ideas here. I probably could just bumper mount them. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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I googled it and came up with one at summit racing. It would only let me go back to 2002 dodge ram 2500 which should be the same. Some times I wonder if the application calculator is correct. Don't look like there is much too it. Could modify it to work on your truck. I had to do that for a brush guard I had for my truck. It was made to fit a regular ram bumper not the sport. I fabbed up some brackets and bolted it on. Here's a link to summit.http://www.summitracing.com/parts/nfb-d025lb/applications/make/dodge/model/ram-2500/year/2002

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If you have not bought the lights already might I suggest a complete LED light bar assembly from Rigid industries, I have a 10" combo paired with a pair of D2 driving lights and they are like stadium lighting in front of me. One couldn't pay me to take a set of Halogens anymore. http://www.rigidindustries.com/ And a place to get them at a better price on sale right now. http://4wheelonline.com/Rigid_Industries_LED_Lights.169847

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They came with a wiring harness and a relay but they draw such little amperage they do not need a relay.Not very good pics but all I have for now.

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It depends both body styles were made in 2002. But if u have the 2nd Gen body style, 94-2002, then yes 2001 and 02 are identical. But pictured is obviously a 3rd Gen.Sent from my RM-820_nam_att_100 using Tapatalk

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It depends both body styles were made in 2002. But if u have the 2nd Gen body style, 94-2002, then yes 2001 and 02 are identical. But pictured is obviously a 3rd Gen. Sent from my RM-820_nam_att_100 using Tapatalk

The third gen body style was only available as a 1500 series in 2002.
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They came with a wiring harness and a relay but they draw such little amperage they do not need a relay. Not very good pics but all I have for now.

Do you get much distance with those? Or is it more just like a big flood light? I have seen them around and was just curious, thanks.

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Do you get much distance with those? Or is it more just like a big flood light? I have seen them around and was just curious, thanks.

The 10 inch lite bar is a combo but it puts out more of a beam, it shines out nearly a half mile, the D2's are combo lights as well they shine out nearly a quarter of a mile but light up a wide area about 200 yards wide. I have the smaller D2 lights on both rigs and love them to no end, I just thought I would try a light bar, I would suggest the D2 for anyone looking for an excellent all around light great distance and width.

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That's pretty cool. It's really amazing with what they can do with LED technology. The reason I asked was i am running 2 of the 100w halogens and I really like the distance I get from them. I like LEDs but I haven't been able to find any that put out the same distance as my old 4in halogens. For a reasonable price I might add...

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