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I'm just curious where you run the wires for the lights any info/pictures that show where would be really helpful:beer
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-Chris
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though the roof! across the headliner down the A pillar then to where ever


thats the best pic I have of how I ran the wires for now
 

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then after you do that, do you seal around the holes? and where do you wire the switch to? my thought was to run it down the pillar
 

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yeah, I used black silicone to seal around the holes. I used a relay (you really should always use a relay) which had a diagram.

I put my switches in the cubby hole next to the collum


and an old pic
 

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would it be possible to limit the holes in my roof to say...one? (on the driving lights, i can understand clearance lights)
 

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i don't like drilling into my truck.

I ran them between the fiberglass lid and the cab of the truck at an angle, down the passenger side post, into my seatbelt cover, where i put the relays, from the relays under the rubber thingy (can't think of what it's called right now) along the door, through the firewall to the battery, or to the switch depending on which wire needs to go where.
 

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then after you do that, do you seal around the holes? and where do you wire the switch to? my thought was to run it down the pillar
It only leaks when it rains. :histerica
 

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would it be possible to limit the holes in my roof to say...one? (on the driving lights, i can understand clearance lights)
yes, thats how billingslee did his
 

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get a 4 way trailer plug and fish it down the a pillar and out the door edge,Then under the dash, no exterior holes and there are 4 wires, buy a trailer wiring kit the tounge part is for the light bar and the other 18= feet to run under the dash, its also removeable unplug it and take off the lights.
I have done this numerous times.

I have done this on roof racks as well. Hope This Helps

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I think drilling my holes was easier
 
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