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Since the snowy season is approaching some of us in the atlantic. My dually's will be blocked Blythe use of the plow. Is there one place better for placement of a bar better then another. It'll be either a 12" or 20" as of right now. Maybe bigger. Any thoughts.

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20 inch bar on the roof. One cube lights on each door hinge pointed to the sides and two more cubes points straight back also connected to the door hinges. Haven't used the plow yet with the lights but just driving around they are sweet.
 

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The higher the better light use you get. I hung mine from bottom of front cross bar on cage
 

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I have Superbright LED 45w dual row amber fog mounted on the OEM optional brush guard. 2 9w floods and 2 18w spots are mounted on a Seizmik light bar mounted high on the A pillars. Plow is a Polaris Glacier II Razor blade which is lower in the center so it does not obstruct the fog when lowered. But I hardly use the amber fog when plowing.

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Thanks guys. I have to poly roof so maybe I'll teal up something to mount if to that. The factory brushgyard does have the holes but I hear that it'll restrict the volume of air hitting the rad. Thanks
 

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Side view of Seizmik light bar

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