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Chicken lights wiring hook up

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Old 10-16-2014, 08:54 PM
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So in works of getting a 2011 ram 2500 crew cab 6.7 Cummins, i'd like to light it up like big rig i'd like to have them on front spoiler (under the bumper) i was thinking 2" round Led's and smaller ones down the side by the running boards not sure how i hook them up or mount them in that spot, i plan putting running boards on the truck, i like them to run off the parking lights also plan putting red bar in rear also that's the easy one, and how many lights should put on front and rear i LOVE LED'S but i don't wanna go crazy i want to be seen but not to look like when crazy with them, whats good amount of lights to put on it ?
 
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Old 10-20-2014, 12:30 AM
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I would think that five led's in the front and rear of the truck would look good, and not look tacky.
nice truck.
I have the real small round led's at the rear of my truck. The one's used on the back of the big rig trailers.
I think they look better than the 2" round led's, but thats my opinion.post pics when our done.
 
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so i when got 6 led lights for the truck and wiring , gotta love the big rig shop up the road only cost me like $50, so i pretty sure the parking light is white with yellow and ground is black with brown, any help would be great would like to get them put on this week
 
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I did this one on a 2008 F350. We used the square type from auto parts store.



 
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Old 11-19-2014, 07:45 PM
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i put the lights on the other day i haven't hooked them up yet but they look cool ,have pic's but won't upload at the moment i'll get some more pic's when there hooked up !
 
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