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I like it....wanting to see nighttime shots/vids

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You are going to like the looks/finish of the Leer. Since I am pretty sure you don't put much in your bed that goes over the rails it will be a great addition. I don't know if you have it already but then you may want to consider the bedrug bed liner. Another fantastic product that goes well with these fiberglass covers.
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You are going to like the looks/finish of the Leer. Since I am pretty sure you don't put much in your bed that goes over the rails it will be a great addition. I don't know if you have it already but then you may want to consider the bedrug bed liner. Another fantastic product that goes well with these fiberglass covers.
Yup, I've come to,realize that I don't put things in my bed taller than the rails till after I get it....lol
Just watch.
But bed rug is on the list as well.
Only thing I carry taller than the rails are my bikes, but I can get a hitch mounted rack as that's what I really want
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Yup.. I know I'm going to love my Big Rigs.
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I still have my eye on those lights as well. between yours and gotbrains, I'm sold on a set
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Got my Big Rigs in hand.. instructions are understandable.. except for the white wire for the courtesy lights.. I know your set doesn't have this function.. but can you tell me where to find and what color the dome/cargo light wire is? And the easiest place to run the Big Rig loom to to access it?
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This thread may help. It is the connector on the driver side fuse panel. Looks to be a pure yellow wire.

http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?t=143069

I don't know where you plan to run the turn signal lights and all but I personally put them towards the headlights themselves. There is certainly a lot of wire to allow that.

Let me know if I can help anymore.


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This thread may help. It is the connector on the driver side fuse panel. Looks to be a pure yellow wire.

http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?t=143069

I don't know where you plan to run the turn signal lights and all but I personally put them towards the headlights themselves. There is certainly a lot of wire to allow that.

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Yep.. I found that thread after I posted.. sorry!

I've gone out and found that access panel and the plug inside.. and identified the dome light wire (white with yellow stripe - Pin #13 - from another thread).

I did a dry walk through of the instructions with the truck.. and I just do not understand how I am supposed to "Begin plumbing the 3 wires behind the front wheel dirt-guard and then up in front of the firewall to the engine bay". From the way I see it, I would have the loom funneling from the end of the bar, under the front fender, up into the front wheel well, over the tire (somehow!), and then into the dirt-guard door.. unless I am totally missing something, this would leave me with a problem of trying to mount the loom inside my wheel well..???
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Well it is dark so I can't get pictures but it is really simple. You have those plastic wheel well liners on the front two wheels... I ran/wedged the loom as far inside as I could. Then I ran the lines along the fenders towards the headlights. Once I got to the front I ran them inside the fender to the actual turn signal bulb itself.

If you are still worried about how to install them I will get pictures/video tomorrow when it is daylight out showing how I ran the wires.

It is late..I am currently well.. out of my perfect state of mind. ANYWAYS: I mean't to say I ran then on top of the plastic wheel well liners... again if you can wait I will try to get a video tomorrow for you.
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