FordRaptorLights Bezel with Rigid D Series Pro Flood/Spot & KC HiLite Flex set up

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by HotLap, Aug 13, 2018.

  1. HotLap

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    Just wanted to share my recent addition of LED cubes on my 2018 Raptor. I went with the FRL Bezel, Rigid D Series Pro Floods/Spots & KC HiLite Flex lights. The KC Flex lights came with the FRL bezel and I decided on the Rigid 3" LED cubes together. Also ordered the complete wiring harness and Amber lens covers for the KC Flex lights. Total cost $849.00, PM me and if you want more info. 1) FRL bezel, Rigids & KC Flex lights installed, 2) Side view of LED's all on, 3) KC Flex lights, 4) Rigid Floods, 5) Rigid Spots, and, 6) Freight train coming at ya!!

    LED Bracket mounting.JPG Full LED set up.JPG KC Flex LEDs.JPG D Series Floods.JPG Rigid D Series Spots.JPG Full Lighting on.JPG
     
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  2. Jeff D

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    Great look for the truck. Really looks like an original OEM install. Well done.
     
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    Looks awesome.
    Did you get the setup from Fordraptorlights?
     
  4. HotLap

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    Thank you Sir, much appreciated, the FRL Bezel makes all the difference!
     
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    Looks great, I'm interested in doing the same thing. How bright are the KC HiLite Flex? I was thinking of doing the same thing getting the amber lenses on them and using them as my fog lights and leaving them on while driving at night, would they make a good fog light? It gets really foggy where I live.

    Also where did you end up buying them?
     
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    The KC Flex is pretty bright, but with the addition of the amber covers it takes just the edge off the brightness. I run my Flex lights with amber covers 24/7 on the road and haven't had any issues.
     
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    Failed Virginia State inspection with this configuration. There can only be 4 forward facing lights uncovered. There needs to be an OEM style cover to pass inspection. No makeshift covers can be used to pass the inspection. I uninstalled the lights to pass inspection and of course, reinstalled them.

    Are there covers for these lights that will work with the installed configuration?
     
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    Oh Virginia. So you've got a few options. Both Rigid and Baja Designs make black snap on covers that completely cover the fog light. A few folks have reported that they applied black tape to the front of the lights themselves and that worked for the inspection. You can also obviously pull them off for inspection day. Let us know if we can help get you set up with some covers!
     
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    Thank you for the reply. I spoke with the Virginia State inspector and he said that tape is not allowed. In fact, it is called out in the rules guide. The snap on covers are allowed because they are an OEM part made to cover the light. I don't think the covers will work with the installed bezel so I just ended up pulling out the lights and getting my truck re-inspected. Passed. Reinstalled the lights and all is good again!!
     

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