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Thanks to Alston A.K.A ajarmanhttp://www.gmtruckclub.com/forum/member.php?33034-ajarman a fellow member on this forums for the information on the lights and the idea.

Over the memorial day weekend I got 2 ProComp 55w nonfluted spots mounted behind my grill. It only took about 4 hours, some good friends and a whole lot of beer to get it done :glasses:. I am happy how they turned out and they work great. If you want any information let me know.

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Looks great! I might have to consider doing this.
 

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They look great !!!!!
 

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Thats sick I like were you put the switch.
 

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Looks awesome, I'm thinking of putting some strobes in that general vicinity because I don't want to drill out my head lights
The square tubing A-frame that holds the hood latch and third radiator, if you have the towing package, is a convenient place to put lights. As long as you have smaller hands to tighten down the bolts there is ALOT of room between the grill and radiator. Just pop the cowling off and have a look. You can run the wiring along the hood release cable. The only problem I ran into was tightening down the bolts after the lights were installed. But if you have smaller hands/arms you are better off.
 
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