Wow those lights are crazy bright! Especially considering how small they are. Do they just tape on or are they magnetic?
I was really impressed when I turned them on. I didn't expect much given the size.Wow those lights are crazy bright! Especially considering how small they are. Do they just tape on or are they magnetic?
With all the trails closed, I may need to order an Angry bird grill just to make it official. My main criteria for the rock lights was that I would be able to turn it on with a switch in the jeep. If I didn't care about that I could have had a system that changed colors with the push of a button or even paired to the radio so it could strobe/change with the beat.Certified mall crawler status now!
The savvy kit came with the hook. I believe @Jerry Bransford has a non-hook version but if I recall correctly he said it was discontinued. The hoop, hook, light bracket, and corner guards are all savvy accessories for the bumper.I like the plates TRL PLZ
U use a hook for a front recovery?
Probably never need recover
TRE Beer coozy, Yay!
Does Savvy make the hoop?
Are the corner guards recommended because it's an Aluminum bumper? Need reinforcement?
"... bumper deflector(s) are the ultimate in strength for the wheeler that uses our bumpers in the rocks. These protect the bumper from folding a corner when hit real hard." - SavvyAre the corner guards recommended because it's an Aluminum bumper? Need reinforcement?
Yes and no. Aluminum in the high strength tempers like 6061 T-6 revert back to no tempered condition or -0 when they are welded. You can build fixtures to get them heat treated at great expense or you can understand how aluminum works and solve the problem in another way. In this case, the corners get tagged on rocks and either break the weld or break the aluminum next to the weld.Are the corner guards recommended because it's an Aluminum bumper? Need reinforcement?