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well i mounted a 30" single row led light bar in the front bumper. and this upcoming week i will be mounting a 50" curved light bar on the roof aswell as two flush mount pods in the rear bumper for reverse lights and work lights. all are wired to some nice rocker switches mounted in the center counsel.
 

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You sure will be able to see everything in front of you. Are they more for looks, or are you going in very dark and off road type areas? Just wondering what your motivation to get them were. I mean, they look really cool.
 

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wow thats nice. **** I may have to do that. I was thinking of getting a smaller double row one to mount under the RAM logo in the grill... but that may have just changed my mind. How did you mount it (or what did you mount it to)? did you have to remove the bumper to do it or just attach it from the back/bottom?
 

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I think that the silver part of the front bumper sets up perfectly for the light bar. I'm not sure that I would go with the light bar on the roof of the Rebel. I just think thats a lot of light.
 

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Depends on where you're taking the rebel. The roof light bars will be great for off road or lighting up your campground.
But on your camp ground that wouldn't really be sustainable. You would drain the battery, or use a bunch of fuel, neither of which sounds great.
 

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LED light bars operate off of a very small portion of electricity but you do have a point.
ntbruncie1988, what do you use the light bar for?
 

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I was going more for the light output but I really like the look of led light bars. It works amazing at night. I am still putting a 54" radius bar on the roof tomorrow. I will post pictures of all the lights once I get it on. The place I got the bumper bar from was OZ.
 

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well i mounted a 30" single row led light bar in the front bumper. and this upcoming week i will be mounting a 50" curved light bar on the roof aswell as two flush mount pods in the rear bumper for reverse lights and work lights. all are wired to some nice rocker switches mounted in the center counsel.
Sweet! Have any pics yet!?!? What brand/type of LED bar do you have?
 

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This is what I was thinking of doing with mine, now I have to decide if I want to do this or go your route. I was thinking about getting a 23'' dual row and putting it under the ram logo, but that 30 in the bottom does look good. I just threw a pick together really quick, it looks like I made the bar about 30'' though since its the size of the bottom opening.
 

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I think that's where i'm putting my light bar as well, like my lights higher up on the truck, better for up coming bumps in the night, but dont like the roof mounted ones, I blacked out the RAM in the grille, think it will look better without the silver RAM, thinking of blacking out the front skid as well.
 

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LEDs run off small amounts of power. But light bars are made of lots of them. It's not uncommon to see a light bar that draws 120+ watts - which is 10 amps - for only a 20" bar. That's a hefty drain on a battery to run for very long.
 

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