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Rampage Tailgate LED Light Bars Part #960139 Customer Reviews
7 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Archimedes R (Las Vegas, NV) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota Tacoma — May 14, 2012 8:31 PM
It looks great but install is not easy as they say. Red wire needs to be hook up to a 12v power source. Meaning to the fuse box.
Reviewed by Thomas W (Mechanicsville, VA) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Express — Apr 28, 2012 10:04 AM
I love the rampage LED lights and that was a great price. Now the best I like most of all,I put the rampage LED tail bar lights on my 1950 pickup. an i love the armbor signal lights,it's cool. Thanks Thomas From Virginia
Reviewed by Abram S (Neche, ND) Reviewed for a 2003 GMC Sierra — Mar 27, 2012 3:29 PM
I put a camper shell on my truck to carry my tools and fuel for my mini-excavator. I special ordered a trailer in Jan. to haul the excavator, I ordered 2 foot front and sides to carry the buckets and misc. items. The trailer lights are quite low to the ground and the truck tail lights are not visible when towing. I mounted the LED light bar on the back of the shell just above the glass and it's almost invisible during the day with the lights off but quite visible with lights on. Looks great in the dark even though they are designed to be mounted under the tailgate.
Reviewed by Arthur Anthony H (Royal Palm Beach, FL) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford Explorer — Apr 01, 2011 9:04 PM
This has my truck looking pretty, the amber indicator, the white reverse, and the bright red brake...AWESOME!!!
Reviewed by Sharon T (Wetumpka, AL) Reviewed for a 2008 Mercury Mariner — Mar 19, 2011 5:07 PM
Love the separate color (amber) for turn indicators, and back-up lights (white). Operationally the lights work and look great. However, installation is problematic. Removing the tailgate to mount it was a pain. The furnished adhesive mounts didn't hold for more than a week and the bar would have fallen off if the bumper hadn't caught it. I had to drill holes and find screws to mount it. The electrical hook-up was easy if you already have a four prong trailer plug installed (I did), just plug it in. But when it is plugged in - I couldn't use the seven wire plug, next to it, for my travel trailer! The covers block one another when one is in use. If I'm towing a boat or utility trailer then I have to unplug the light bar to plug in the trailer. Not a big deal when I'm towing a trailer - but then I have to remember to plug-in the lights when I'm not towing. Problem 2: When the light bar is plugged in, the truck's towing monitor system thinks I have a trailer attached (not good). I guess I'll eventually have to wire it directly into the truck's wiring harness - which by the way the light bar manual is critical of. There should have been a little more thought and flexibility put into the installation.
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