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So you want to do the RAW led but dont want or can't afford side mount. Here is my Solution. Cost was i think 20 bucks with alot of left over AL angle, you could do it for about 12 if you have the Angle already. The light i used was a hoglites 5 LED plate light which sticks on with 2 sided tape.


with just the RAW LED your here


if you take a piece of Angle (i used aluminum) cut it to the width of the RAW plate mount holes or to the width of the plate (Whatever is wider, mine was cut to 1/8" narrower than plate to keep it from showing from behind the plate but that was the widest mounting surface i needed) Then cut two notches in the top portion of the angle just inside of the RAW tabs and bend the middle up to allow a surface for mounting the light (to help with bending clamp bracket in a vice then slowly bend up with some pliers, you can also heat it to help too).




I left mine stepped out a little to give the angle of the light projection a better illumination on the plate

then start drilling the holes for mounting, if you mount as far in as i did you will have to bend the tabs where the bracket mates against the RAW led's bracket to angle the plate away from the tire just to make sure it doesnt scrape the tire.

this is it mounted. I will do finished pics soon, just didnt have time right now
 

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ok with flash so you can see the full look


no flash so you can see the intensity, my lights in the garage are off, its pitch black in there on the cam the red glared over badly though
 

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Do you have full size pictures? Good job on the write up!
Let me know what you want full size and i will pm you a link with a description so you can see them full, I didnt want to suck up a lot of space in the thread so wanted to keep it condensed. If your plate is the same size as mine then i can dimension everything out for you and if you live near palm beach area i can give you one cut and bent so you just need the light since i have enough AL angle for doing probably another 4 of them
 

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Even easier, I got an 1/8 X 1" peioce of alluminum. made a 90degree angle, heated and twisted the end(on my grill) so that it would mount to the dust cover on the shaft. $3.90 at home depot, $20.00 lp lights, and a 12 pack of beer.
 

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since i am in the military and poor, i had originally modified the stock lp light to fit my side ount. when i got paid i got the bolt lights. great investment. looks great. especially for a combined $25.
 

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before i created my side mount, i just got a small piect of sheat metal, actually i used an old license plate. snipped it to fit, bent it down, drillied some holes and mounted it to the extra holes on the RAW LED mount. used the stock lp light. Just cut it out to re-use. before i bought my lp lighted bolts for the side mount, i just re-used the stpck light. wirining was easy. any questions contact me at [email protected]. I photo every step that i take. Easier to put stuff back togethter that way
 

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I photo every step that i take. Easier to put stuff back together that way
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Good suggestion on taking pictures every step..
I always get consumed in what I'm doing and forget to get pic's..

T
 
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