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Old 04-04-2013, 02:52 PM
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Originally Posted by double0ram View Post
same here!!!

Just mount em man, dont sweat the small stuff. once you drill the first hole, it gets easy lol!


when i did mine on my ram, i made sure to use rtv silicone on the top of the holes i drilled in the roof, a little inside the roof, and i gummed up the threads of my bolts i used to mount em. i also slathered on some rtv around the base of the rubber gasket from the lights, just to make an extra seal to prevent any moisture.

to add to my paranoid silicone smearing, i used a clear rtv silicone, and filled in the holes on top of the light after everything was mounted and wires up as a final sealant. its more than factory will ever do, and the gentleman that has my truck will NEVER have a leak from the cab lights LOL
Or be able to remove them. Lol
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