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strobe side coverage

Discussion in 'Strobe Lighting' started by camaro 77, Feb 6, 2014.

  1. camaro 77

    camaro 77 Senior Member
    from ma
    Messages: 283

    I have a 2013 F-350 and am looking for some type of side coverage on the truck already have front and rear strobes in the lights is there any type of lights for the mirrors? I want to put on a back rack at some point and could put lights on it if I had to.
    Thanks Jeff
     
  2. fordtruck661

    fordtruck661 Senior Member
    from CT
    Messages: 404

    You can get these they are made to mount to the bottom of your mirrors.
    http://www.strobesnmore.com/Sound-Off-Signal-Intersector-Super-LED-Lighthead.html
     
  3. Fourbycb

    Fourbycb Senior Member
    Messages: 578

    You can do the SoundOff Intersection Lights Body Mount avabial in all the colors you can mount to the Headache Rack or the Intersection Lights for the Mirrors. I purchased a set of the Surface mount and I am more than Impressed in the Brightness in the day or night. Check out my You Tube page to see mine
     
  4. Tom@AWL

    Tom@AWL Inactive
    Messages: 97

    Hi Jeff,

    There are quite a few options for side coverage. As others have already suggested, the SOS Intersectors are a nice solution for mounting a light under your mirror.

    You could also surface mount some lights to your mirror, on your running boards, or on the side of your backrack. We have a few options available for surface mounting:
    http://advancedwarninglights.com/smt3.html
    http://advancedwarninglights.com/smt6.html
    http://advancedwarninglights.com/feniex-cobra-t6.html

    Please feel free to contact me with any questions.

    - Tom
     
  5. ColliganLands

    ColliganLands PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,854

    not sure if you have running boards? i mounted a linz6 on the black plastic covers where the running boards bolt onto the truck and a tir3 in the fog light housing facing the side

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  6. JBano13

    JBano13 Member
    Messages: 39

    You ever have issues with snow piling up between the cab and running boards? I had planned on installing a feniex cannon in each plastic where the running boards attach to the truck but during every storm this year they have filled up with heavy snow and ice to where you wouldn't even be able to see them anymore.
     
  7. ColliganLands

    ColliganLands PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,854

    it does pack some snow against those plastic parts but these lights are surface mounted to the front. ive never had enough snow pack that it covers the lights completely but we are plowing for the local dpw so we arent driving on unplowed roads
     
  8. ultimate plow

    ultimate plow PlowSite.com Addict
    from N. IL
    Messages: 1,763

    I was going to say. This is the spot where snow packs into blocks and sticks and builds up. Mostly every snow, to where it would block the light. Its a good spot it just sucks they get covered up so easy. otherwise you can sneak them under the lip of the door. even more stealthy