Question for whoever can help me. I have the 4 KC Lights installed on the Xoskel Lightcage. I am wondering where someone ran their wires. I do not have any idea on how to wire and am confused. Can anyone please help me.
I did the same as xmod. I put the wire in that black wire sheathing and used this stick on zip tie tie downs. Its not the cleanest install but its super easy and it gets the job done.
2006 2wd LE crew cab. 6" suspension lift via CST spindles and prg spacers. removed sway bar, 1.5" rear block, 2"AAL, prg adjustable shackles. Knockoff magnaflo muffler, K&N intake system. Rattle can bedliner on the front grille, duplicolor orange-red on the grille, tailgate and wheel emblems. plastidip wheels. 285/70R17 goodyear duratrac tires. Calmini prerunner front bumper, Cobra CB radio. OEM bug deflector and vent visors. 1.25" B.O.R.A. wheel spacers on the rear to even out the track width front and back. bushwacker fender flares unpainted.
I am currently not around the vehicle... It is currently back in FL and I am stationed in California right now.. When I get the truck next month I will post some pictures for you. On the other hand... The DB lift is pretty much finished except for a bolt missing on the rear shackle. Here are some pictures... Once finished and out of my buddy's garage, I will get him to snap a picture from the side..
I also spoke to Shrockworks the other day... My front bumper should be shipping out sometime next month.. I cannot wait to get that and put it on. Also should be receiving my new coilovers within the next few weeks.
Currently all I have left to do is wire the KC lights on the roof and get some new tires.. Thinking I can fit 35's... Any input?
Let me know what y'all think... More pics will be coming soon within next few days.
Dude looks good! Its wheeling time! I still want the diff drop! Dang! But i figure if i am planning on SAS in 3 more years then there is no point! I say 35's cause you can but you will want to gear it.
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Thanks! Yea it definitely is wheeling time!! Hopefully I get to stay out here and then I can bring the truck out to Cali.. Yea if you plan on SAS then I wouldn't do it.. I am thinking 35's as well but that is the one downside is having to regear which means more money..
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