i like my aux lights as high as I can legally place them - 42" if I remember right. that helps reduce the length of the shadow when the road ahead drops away. However, the natural place is between the tow hooks.
A 42" on top of the bumper works well if you don't mind drilling a couple of holes. I put some clear coat from a paint touch up pen on the exposed metal from drilling the holes so they don't rust. I know I don't have a 2019 but I've looked at the 19's and this should work for them as well.
I have since replaced my 42" curved light bar and 32" straight bar with 4 led cannon lights and they out shine the bars by quite a bit. I built a bar to mount them and used the existing holes that I had drilled for the 42" light bar.
Well, I’m in the market to buy my first diesel truck coming from a 1/2 ton gasser Silverado. I honestly don’t know anything about diesels. I want some good advice from all you Cummins owners on 2500/3500 rams? What configuration to get etc. looking for something that’s probably 2015 or newer in...
I just bought a 2020 RAM Cummins 2500. Thought it would tow over 19k. Did a little research and found it only tows a little over 17k. I want to tow a14k fiver. Wondering if it will tow ok in the Rocky Mountains. What do you think
I'm new to the diesel world and have a concern. I just purchased a brand new 2020 2500 Ram. With less than 1500 miles on it the injector pump went out on me and now I'm being told I will be with out my truck for at least a month. Is this a common problem with the 2020's? I couldn't find...
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