3 front center, hood air inlet marker lights??

StuM

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Anyone found a set of triple amber marker lights for mounting at the center hood air inlet, similar to the RAM TRX?
 
Why not? Wranglers are the most modified, added-on-to vehicles in the world. Makes it more like my new RAM TRX Ignition Edition. To each their own. Ya’ got it, spend it and enjoy it. Ya’ don’t
got it, read and weep! 😀
 
Very true - each to their own. I had two Raptors and watching the aftermarket industry copy those marker lights was annoying as hell. That being said I’m sure some of the mods I’ve done are just dumb according to others. Best of luck finding a set.
 
Very true - each to their own. I had two Raptors and watching the aftermarket industry copy those marker lights was annoying as hell. That being said I’m sure some of the mods I’ve done are just dumb according to others. Best of luck finding a set.
Did two Raptors, too. Understand their required width marker lights. Just think they may be a nice, different touch on a 392. There are 3 and 4 light packs for the grill slats on Jeeps, so maybe I’ll go that route.
 
Did two Raptors, too. Understand their required width marker lights. Just think they may be a nice, different touch on a 392. There are 3 and 4 light packs for the grill slats on Jeeps, so maybe I’ll go that route.
I put a light strip from Infinite Off-road facing down in the front of the air dam. There is a small lip where it fits just behind so you can’t see the strip. Knight Rider would be proud…their rock lights have a 25 year warranty for any issues including if you break them yourself.
 

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I put a light strip from Infinite Off-road facing down in the front of the air dam. There is a small lip where it fits just behind so you can’t see the strip. Knight Rider would be proud…their rock lights have a 25 year warranty for any issues including if you break them yourself.
Dude that is crazy cool looking!!!!
 
I think putting a Night Rider "Kitt" style light bar right inside the top of the air scoop would be cool.....
Cheesy? Yes....but as someone above said, why not? I like seeing all the unique things people do to Jeeps to make them their own. After just a couple of mods, no one else on the planet has ever had a jeep just like yours :) They are all a little different.
 
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Did two Raptors, too. Understand their required width marker lights. Just think they may be a nice, different touch on a 392. There are 3 and 4 light packs for the grill slats on Jeeps, so maybe I’ll go that route.
I did the three-marker lights on my 4Runner TRD Pro since three lights are the width code. Not required but just for the looks. They were situated in the front grill so would be interesting to see what’s out there for the Rubicon.
 
Does your 392 hood scoop intake already have the honeycomb grille or did you add it?
No, don’t have mesh. Now thinking I might just put 3 or 4 markers in the grill slats, up at the top. May be easier to install and wire up and not have any chance of minimal disruption of airflow into the hood inlet.
 
I put a light strip from Infinite Off-road facing down in the front of the air dam. There is a small lip where it fits just behind so you can’t see the strip. Knight Rider would be proud…their rock lights have a 25 year warranty for any issues including if you break them yourself.
How did you wire the light in your hood scoop without messing with the hydro guide system?
 
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