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I ended up with an extra set of brackets and some of the mounting hardware.
NO LIGHTS.
Let me know if you can use them on your truck. I’ll send them to you for free if you will use them.
Better to email me at
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I’ve been wavering back and forth on those, main dilemma is removing the grill, not scared to cut out the needed sections but afraid I’ll bust something pulling it off. How was the whole process?
 
Grill pulled right off with no problem.
i watched the overly dramatic YouTube video by LoneStar Hawaiian but it was nothing like that🤣
 
Grill pulled right off with no problem.
i watched the overly dramatic YouTube video by LoneStar Hawaiian but it was nothing like that🤣
Been debating about getting these how hard was the install?.
 
Not bad. Just be certain you cut the grill in the correct place😝. Honestly I would probably just go with a behind the grill 30in LED bar. The dual RC lights look good but the LED bar is 50% cheaper and at least 2x brighter.
 
Thanks for the input ill definitely look into it.
 
I love the custom TB grille better but for stuff like this and the amber lights the LT Grille works better lol. I want to do something like this but my problem is not having the aux buttons inside the truck. I do not want to just put in a random button somewhere and it is expensive and a lot of work to get the OEM panel with the aux buttons
 
My amber grill lights are on all the time when the engine is running. No switch.
 
I tied my RC Grille lights into my fog lamp wire. When the fogs are on, so are the grille lights. NO wires into the cab. Also have the 30' bar out front, went wireless remote on that one.
 

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