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Ben, can you answer me a question on your mounts for the intensity's. On the white Brute I see you are running the KC clamp mounts to mount the Baja Design mounts to the tube on the bumper. On the intensity lights the tube is angled down. Did you drill through the tube and bolt the bracket? I really like the look of the low mounted ARB's.


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I do not care for the stock fog lights either and you're right they DO NOT put out much light. I've even upgraded the bulbs to 100W's and nothing.

Here are two styles I've got with, with the Mopar bumpers. I've done the Baja Design's and the ARB Intensity's. MUCH better.





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Ben, can you answer me a question on your mounts for the intensity's. On the white Brute I see you are running the KC clamp mounts to mount the Baja Design mounts to the tube on the bumper. On the intensity lights the tube is angled down. Did you drill through the tube and bolt the bracket? I really like the look of the low mounted ARB's.
Matt, the brackets for the red Brute and Intensity LED's are by PIAA. They are a tube mount bracket that allow you to angle the mounts to keep the lights level in many positions. The white Brute did have the KC level tube mounts but the Intensity LED's were bigger and hit the fenders on the red Brute so I needed to use these PIAA brackets to move the light to the lower angled tube.

Here's a link to them on Amazon.
http://www.amazon.com/74004-Universa...+light+bracket

Hope that helps, Ben
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Ben, thanks so much, those look great. I've been using the KC mounts for a while on snowmobiles, but even on the sleds you have to find a perfectly level tube to mount the bracket. These will make life much easier
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Mark, glad to help. The PIAA brackets should do the job.

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