Rigid 360’s on Body Guard mounts

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Looks great I have some right now ready to install once my bronco gets back from the shop
 

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I like how them mounts raise the light up and away on the antenna side. Dislike the BG logo on their stuff....Look sweet!!!
 

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Really not a fan of those large “BG” logos but I adore the look of them apart from that.
 

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Did you use a second switch for the back light or tie into an accessory fuse, so once power is on the back light automatically turns on?
 

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How much were the mounts? It all looks really good. Good job!
 
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How much were the mounts? It all looks really good. Good job!
Don't remember the price...wasn't crazy. Yes, used an Aux switch for the back light and a different one for the other. When I get more lights, I will tie them in with each switch as needed. Was going to tie the back lights to the parking lights, but didn't want to tear into the harness.
 

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How much were the mounts? It all looks really good. Good job!
I checked the website this morning, $75/pair plus tax & shipping. Not too bad on the price but the shipping cost of $35 was stupid for the size/weight.
 
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Don't remember the price...wasn't crazy. Yes, used an Aux switch for the back light and a different one for the other. When I get more lights, I will tie them in with each switch as needed. Was going to tie the back lights to the parking lights, but didn't want to tear into the harness.
You could always use an "add a circuit" piggyback fuse to an accessory hot fuse slot. So once the power is on the back lights will automatically come on. I'm sure the backlights won't draw much current. That's what I plan on doing instead of using a switch just for the back lights.

Something like this..... https://www.amazon.com/Nilight-NI-FH02-Circuit-Adapter-Warranty/dp/B0742BZXC2
 
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You could always use an "add a circuit" piggyback fuse to an accessory hot fuse slot. So once the power is on the back lights will automatically come on. I'm sure the backlights won't draw much current. That's what I plan on doing instead of using a switch just for the back lights.

Something like this..... https://www.amazon.com/Nilight-NI-FH02-Circuit-Adapter-Warranty/dp/B0742BZXC2
The draw VERY little. Looked it up but don’t remember exactly. That’s a pretty nifty idea. Never seen that before
 
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