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Lets see your roll bars

Brandon12

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I want to see some pics of rollbars or whatever else you use to hold your lights. I dont really like the look of rollbars in rangers but want to see if there are some I like so i can get an idea cause I need some lights somewhere.
 


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[/IMG] Ilike mine but its all in the eye of the beholder. Some probably think it looks retarded.
 
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nice truck, but your lights are way to far back.
 

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Thanks, they give a flood light effect. Light up everything from the doors up, and no glair on the hood "took some aiming to get that". When I finally have time and $ to build my bumpers, two lights and a winch will go on the front. I also want to build rock sliers, and a roll bar that ties into the frame. Because in the event of a roll over the current one will probably just tear out of the sheet metal. College eats all of my money.
 

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Thumper, in the last pic that rock looks like it wants to gut your truck LOL(where is that). Your truck is pretty much what I am going for, plus a SAS for my truck.
 

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Thumper, in the last pic that rock looks like it wants to gut your truck LOL(where is that). Your truck is pretty much what I am going for, plus a SAS for my truck.
It's at Chinamans Gulch. I did go a little too high on my right, from there I backed down & took a different line..................I didn't wanna flop it on it's side if I could avoid it.
 

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Thanks, they give a flood light effect. Light up everything from the doors up, and no glair on the hood "took some aiming to get that". When I finally have time and $ to build my bumpers, two lights and a winch will go on the front. I also want to build rock sliers, and a roll bar that ties into the frame. Because in the event of a roll over the current one will probably just tear out of the sheet metal. College eats all of my money.
it's good u have no glare off the hood, i have found lights so far back can be a pain in the A@@, you got lucky. I have 4 on a home made light bar, and 4 on a home made bumber/push bar. And i replaced the stock head lights with night hawks, night turns into day.

College eats your money now, later on it;s wife,house,kids,
 

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Heres a pic when I had the roll bar-



Now I took the light bar from the roll bar and mounted it onto my cap-
 

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