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Old 10-23-2012, 03:38 PM
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I had the dealer do it for me, if you actually remove the headliner, you can see where the holes should be drilled, I have had no issues with mine, had it done 2 days after I picked up the truck
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Old 10-23-2012, 03:52 PM
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I had the dealer do it for me, if you actually remove the headliner, you can see where the holes should be drilled, I have had no issues with mine, had it done 2 days after I picked up the truck
Very interesting....on the where to be drilled
Great info
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Old 10-23-2012, 04:44 PM
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My dealership wanted to do it to mine, almost the first month that i had my 2009 Ram 1500
Right after they found out what i do for work
Apparently they do it on the Border Patrol vehicles a lot
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No, I do not need it.
I just think that is great info for most wondering where they should drill the holes.
I know I have seen 2-3 threads asking where to drill
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No, I do not need it.
I just think that is great info for most wondering where they should drill the holes.
I know I have seen 2-3 threads asking where to drill
I think you do need them Fast! Gotta see where the top of that truck is at night. Though I think your wife is the reason you say no
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I think you do need them Fast! Gotta see where the top of that truck is at night. Though I think your wife is the reason you say no
Hey....I purposely left my wife out of my last response
She hates this tail gate light bar and calls it christmas lights.
So yea, those roof lights will not happen
Plus it hasnt grown on me just yet.
I like the smooth look....
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I had the dealer do it for me, if you actually remove the headliner, you can see where the holes should be drilled, I have had no issues with mine, had it done 2 days after I picked up the truck
So are there indentations where the holes should be drilled? Im doing the install myself in about a week. Thanks
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