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Is there a way to know if a light will fit on the accessory ready mount on the mirror? I’m looking at aftermarket pod lights and don’t know which would fit. I’m mainly looking at the KC Flex Era 4.

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Is there a way to know if a light will fit on the accessory ready mount on the mirror? I’m looking at aftermarket pod lights and don’t know which would fit. I’m mainly looking at the KC Flex Era 4.

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Do you mean the mount on the cowl panel?
 

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Is there a way to know if a light will fit on the accessory ready mount on the mirror? I’m looking at aftermarket pod lights and don’t know which would fit. I’m mainly looking at the KC Flex Era 4.

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Unless someone knows the mirror/cowl assembly attachment point, you may have to wait to see the threading. My concern would be wire management, that looks like a chunky plug.
 
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Unless someone knows the mirror/cowl assembly attachment point, you may have to wait to see the threading. My concern would be wire management, that looks like a chunky plug.
Good point thanks
 

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Here is another view

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I am going with Rigid 360 series 6 inch. I like the fact they do not use a plug harness. It lets you snake and tuck the wires cleanly without the bulk of the plug to worry about.
I am sure Rigid has the thread pitch down pat seeing as how they are in bed with Ford on this.
Not sure with KC, but you can snip the plug if it's in the way and splice back in..or not. You'd need to find a light with a good flat footprint to reduce vibration since it will be mounted directly to the light/cowl panel.
 

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Who ever manufactures your lights will probably have a bronco specific bracket. It's probably to early for some of them to fabricate the correct bracket.
 

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That bracket looks terrible.
Looks much better going through the side portions of the lamp and better stability.
Like this...
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Thats some big-ass lights!
 

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