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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-17-2014, 03:45 AM Thread Starter
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air dam "chicken lights" opinions

Ok so i am in between projects at the moment and ive seen a couple trucks with amber lights on the air dams. I like them, i have a 2007 with the factory air dam and i want to do them, i need some opinions on what would look better the 2" lights that sit in the grommets or the mini lights that sit in a 3/4" hole ill be doing between 9-12 lights most likely 9 tho. what do you guys think the 2" or 3/4"?

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Re: air dam "chicken lights" opinions

Personally, I don't like seeing people trying to Big Truck it with all those lights on a pick-up, but if it were me I would use the little round lights (like 1/2 or 3/4 inch round) and put 3 in the center and one on either end like this dodge picture I attached. I also attached a ford picture with 9 lights to give u an idea
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Personally, I don't like seeing people trying to Big Truck it with all those lights on a pick-up, but if it were me I would use the little round lights (like 1/2 or 3/4 inch round) and put 3 in the center and one on either end like this dodge picture I attached. I also attached a ford picture with 9 lights to give u an idea
I agree, like the dodge light setup better, I used to do all the lights, sunvisors, and mods a few years ago. For some reason going to leave this one stock lighting.
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Re: air dam "chicken lights" opinions

im trying to get out of that "phase" of putting lights on everything, i like the lights on the dodge with just the 5 lights i kind of like the stock look of this truck but want to stand out just a little

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I like the strip lights on my truck.


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I have to say that looks pretty cool! how do you end the light? Are they bright at night?

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They are strip lights from superbright led.com.
They are bright. I need to get some photos at night.
I also have 2 red ones across the back on the top of the utility body.
One row for running lights and one row for brake and turn signals.

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Re: air dam "chicken lights" opinions

I think i like them because theyre different ill have to check them out

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-Blacked out windows
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Looks good work & play, and unique. So many Ideas on this site.
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