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Would it be difficult to mount these flush mount light bars to the rear bumper to be used as reverse lights?

Also is it a pain to install backup sensors?

Please let me know I'm thinking about buying both

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Don't know which brand you are dealing with but this one says that's what they're good for

Rigid Industries
Dually 4 LED Flush Mount
Compact 2x2 Light
Available in: Amber/White LEDS
Styles: Flood/Spot/Diffusion
The Flush Mount Series of Single Row LED lighting from Rigid Industries is the perfect solution for creating a seamless light installation. Because of the depth of these lights, they work perfectly to flush mount into a rear bumper for backup lights, or to the body of your buggy for rock lights.

Looks like you'd be cutting some pretty big holes. And attaching to plastic and/or a backing plate

Here's the instructions for the backup sensors:
http://www.handa-accessories.com/ridgeline/backupsensor.pdf
 

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Don't know which brand you are dealing with but this one says that's what they're good for

Rigid Industries
Dually 4 LED Flush Mount
Compact 2x2 Light
Available in: Amber/White LEDS
Styles: Flood/Spot/Diffusion
The Flush Mount Series of Single Row LED lighting from Rigid Industries is the perfect solution for creating a seamless light installation. Because of the depth of these lights, they work perfectly to flush mount into a rear bumper for backup lights, or to the body of your buggy for rock lights.

Looks like you'd be cutting some pretty big holes. And attaching to plastic and/or a backing plate

Here's the instructions for the backup sensors:
http://www.handa-accessories.com/ridgeline/backupsensor.pdf

I found that picture on google but all flush mounts usually are that style, what I'm most concerned about it what's behind the bumper, I don't know if the light will actually fit, I didn't want to take the bumper off to install the lights or backup sensors, anybody know how much clearance is in between the bumper and crush bar?


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