Well everything is laid out and ready to drill. Looks good to me. What you all think? Gonna finish tomorrow.
They look good buuuuuuuuut..........Take the screws out. Run down to Lowes. Find the exact ones in stainless steel. Also, while you are there, find the smallest "O" rings you can find. ( 1/8" ???). Leave the store before it gets too expensive. Go home and throw the screws Recon gave you as far as you can. Roll up the "O" ring on the stainless screws up to the head. NOW INSTALL THE LIGHTS.what all is invlovled in the install. i really like the idea and have actually thought seriously about it just dont know how hard it would be. looks pretty sharp man. :thumbsup
Wow, Virginia seems a little, um, anal.Looked it up last night, the three must be at least 6 inchs apart and not more than 12 inches, with the middle being at the middle of the roof. The outside 2 must be at the outer edge, but vague on the location. I have the manual, so I didn't try to find it online.
Be careful saying a 2500 does not require it. Virginia is enforcing the rule about having the roof lights if you pull a trailer over 80 inches wide. You don't need the rear bar unless the truck is over 80 inches wide (mirrors do not count), but dually fenders will put you out of compliance. I've been stopped and was given a warning by Virginia DOT at a road side inspection. Since then I have made a light bar to mount on the roof that meets the requirement.