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I've googled and searched quite a bit but I can't find anything on the cage diameter or perhaps a vertical whip mount. Mounting a couple whips (yep, I'm that guy but my kids like it) is what I'm after. I got a couple LED whips and am having a hard time finding a good way to mount them. In lock and ride mounts in the bed was my first thought but then the wiring would be a pain if I wanted to be able to tilt my bed. And I want to be able to tilt my bed.

Anyone have any good ideas? Are the MidSize cages the same size as the full size cages?

Thanks as always,

Doyle
 

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If the 2015 crew cage is like the 2015 2-seater, it is not round anymore. It is formed much like the a-pillar on a car or truck.
 

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That's correct it is. So I'm thinking finding a whip mount is going to be a pain.
 

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using the "lock n ride" holes in the bed may be your best option till aftermarket gets up to speed on the 2015s. Just run your power and ground leads under the box back to the bed hinges and then forward to the bash switch or how ever you are going to power them...the box will still be operational! That's how I ran my ran power to my flood lights on my 400 with the box mounted rollcage.

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using the "lock n ride" holes in the bed may be your best option till aftermarket gets up to speed on the 2015s. Just run your power and ground leads under the box back to the bed hinges and then forward to the bash switch or how ever you are going to power them...the box will still be operational! That's how I ran my ran power to my flood lights on my 400 with the box mounted rollcage.

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That's a great idea. Can't believe I didn't think of that. Thanks!
 
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