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Last night i finished installing two KC Cyclone (diffused) leds. I made small aluminum brackets from 1"x1/8" bar and mounted one in the center of the roof where it bolts to the roll cage and mounted the other in the cargo area where the roof bolts to the roll cage. They are wired to one switch and come on together. In the picture below it was very dark out and only the two KC Cyclones are on. They are extremely bright but they are not harsh or offensive on the eyes. They even light up the footwells. I angled the bracket for the rear cargo lamp for better coverage.
 

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Last night i finished installing two KC Cyclone (diffused) leds. I made small aluminum brackets from 1"x1/8" bar and mounted one in the center of the roof where it bolts to the roll cage and mounted the other in the cargo area where the roof bolts to the roll cage. They are wired to one switch and come on together. In the picture below it was very dark out and only the two KC Cyclones are on. They are extremely bright but they are not harsh or offensive on the eyes. They even light up the footwells. I angled the bracket for the rear cargo lamp for better coverage.
Looks awesome bruh! I might just do the interior light on mine. Nice job 馃憤馃徏
 

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Last night i finished installing two KC Cyclone (diffused) leds. I made small aluminum brackets from 1"x1/8" bar and mounted one in the center of the roof where it bolts to the roll cage and mounted the other in the cargo area where the roof bolts to the roll cage. They are wired to one switch and come on together. In the picture below it was very dark out and only the two KC Cyclones are on. They are extremely bright but they are not harsh or offensive on the eyes. They even light up the footwells. I angled the bracket for the rear cargo lamp for better coverage.
Nice installation!! T- BOB
 
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