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Plowlight on Tundra dont make sense

Discussion in 'SNO-PRO PLOW AND ACCESSORIES by Curtis' started by Hedgehog, Feb 4, 2011.

  1. Hedgehog

    Hedgehog Senior Member
    Messages: 134

    I installed my Curtis HomePro3000 on my 2011 Toyota Tundra. When the plow is hooked to the truck, the plow lights are directly in front of the Tundra headlights. Why would Curtis do this considering the Toyota headlights are so much brighter? Any ideas on how to raise the plowlights up without looking like a after thought?
  2. Hedgehog

    Hedgehog Senior Member
    Messages: 134

    tundra plow.jpg
    Here is a picture

    tundra plow.jpg
  3. rancherman84

    rancherman84 Senior Member
    Messages: 196

    it just must be the way crtis built the homepro frame,i run the snopro 3000 on my 07 tundra,and those lights are higher on the snopro frame. there is spacers availible to raise the lights,just a piece of square tube that raise the lights only. ive
    seen them on ebay
  4. affekonig

    affekonig Senior Member
    Messages: 909

    If they're at the same height and the plow doesn't block them when it's up, remove em and use the brighter stock headlights. It's an option...
  5. mycirus

    mycirus Senior Member
    from Mass
    Messages: 589

    You should have went with the snow pro. That thing looks tiny on that truck. But to answer your question, only your plow lights should be on. There should be a switch to for your headlights to switch them.
  6. Hedgehog

    Hedgehog Senior Member
    Messages: 134

    There is a switch that I can switch between plow lights and truck lights. As far as the plow, I bought it when I had a Tacoma and later transferred it to the Tundra.
  7. jrjr2u

    jrjr2u Senior Member
    Messages: 198

    Thing is, when you lift the plow generally the front of the truck will drop a bit which throws off the aim of your truck lights. Adjust the plow lights for this situation so the aim is correct. If you like the truck lights better, just use them! The pic below is a home pro on an Explorer. Note how much higher the plow lights are than the truck lights.
  8. rick4wd

    rick4wd Senior Member
    Messages: 149

    i have the same problem with my fisher homesteder on my 03 tundra can you get close up of light frame