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My dad is an excellent machinist by trade so we put our heads together and fabricated some LED light bar brackets that work with the curved 50" light bars. They mount directly to the bottom of the roll cage in the existing holes where the buckle for the door nets go. The mounts are made from steel and are VERY solid. The light bar sits low right below the windshield so it looks leak and is well protected. If we get enough interest we may fabricate more pairs to sell.
 

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Those look great!!!

Only problem is they will interfere with the doors (if mounted)
 

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Is there a reason you decided to mount a lightbar that size at the bottom of the windshield ? You are losing alot of lighted area by not having it up higher towards the top of the windshield frame .i had moved mine around before mounting it and the difference was noticeable . Just my two cents
 

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Is there a reason you decided to mount a lightbar that size at the bottom of the windshield ? You are losing alot of lighted area by not having it up higher towards the top of the windshield frame .i had moved mine around before mounting it and the difference was noticeable . Just my two cents
I have a top and full windshield, I didn't want to cut or modify my top or drill more holes in my cage. I was able to use the existing holes in the cage. Having it low keeps in well protected and still puts out way more than enough light. I have dully d2s and HIDs as well.
 

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That's cool, I understand with that behind said , I had to cut notches in my top and mount the brackets underneath to get my light bar to sit lower than the top of the roofline Tire Bicycle wheel Auto part Spoke Wheel
 

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My dad is an excellent machinist by trade so we put our heads together and fabricated some LED light bar brackets that work with the curved 50" light bars. They mount directly to the bottom of the roll cage in the existing holes where the buckle for the door nets go. The mounts are made from steel and are VERY solid. The light bar sits low right below the windshield so it looks leak and is well protected. If we get enough interest we may fabricate more pairs to sell.
That looks awesome how much would u sell a pair for
 
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