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Installing Rigid D2's without mods

So I wanted to install my Rigid D2ís while keeping the stock look
I did all the work alone the only part I had someone help me was to put the bumper back on which took literally 2 mins total job took about 3 hours
I used 3.5 inch Stainless Bolts and they fit perfectly
I just removed the bottom grill portion and kept it in case I ever want to put it back
These would be almost impossible to steal
The longest part was drilling the steel bumper portion and trying to keep the holes perfectly straight
Anyways thought you guys might like it I think it came out great

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Looks super good and clean! Thanks for sharing!
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Man, that looks real good!

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So I wanted to install my Rigid D2’s while keeping the stock look
I did all the work alone the only part I had someone help me was to put the bumper back on which took literally 2 mins total job took about 3 hours
I used 3.5 inch Stainless Bolts and they fit perfectly
I just removed the bottom grill portion and kept it in case I ever want to put it back
These would be almost impossible to steal
The longest part was drilling the steel bumper portion and trying to keep the holes perfectly straight
Anyways thought you guys might like it I think it came out great

Here are some pictures
Looks clean. I mounted my SS6's almost exactly the same way.

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Very nice job!

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Can you believe a small mod shop around my place wanted almost $600 plus tax to install and wire these lights
I did it on the floor no lift nothing, alone in roughly 3 hours and I was taking my time.
I find that I get more pride out of doing installs/oil changes/ general maintenance myself
That way I know its done right
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