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post #11 of 41 (permalink) Old 08-04-2015, 12:28 AM Thread Starter
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Thxs for info.. This gave me some good ideas too, http://www.subaruxvforum.com/forum/l...s/55745?page=2


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Glad to see this thread. I also have a 10" Rigids that I got from http://4wheelonline.com/Rigid_Indust..._Lights.169847. It's for my truck though I think it is a bit small so I might just put the light bar on my Outback. I just need to buy a roof rack.

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I haven't mounted it yet, but I have a 30" OPT7 combination flood/driving LED bar that I'm going to be mounting on the roof.

I have a Yakima LoadWarrior extended basket, with the fairing and additional basket crossbar. I'm going to mount the LED light from the additional bar behind the fairing. This way it will be out of view and out of the wind when not needed, but I can rotate the fairing down out of the way when I want to use it. I have a pair of Fortress modular LED bar mounts that I'm going to use for mounting.




I haven't figured out what I'm going to do with the wiring yet.

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@smorris i am thinking of a temporary use light bar and running the wiring from the engine compartment (driver side) past the wiper srm cowling up the A piller, driver side, to light bar attaching the wiring w these.. http://www.amazon.com/Adhesive-Backed-Mounting-Bases-Pieces/dp/B0071N1YGS

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@dcginc That looks like it would work pretty well. My light bar has a short pigtail with a disconnect, so I could use those for the power when needed, and pull the harness when not. That's an option to consider. Thanks!

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20" on the light bar
That a winch in the bumper?

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That a winch in the bumper?

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Hi i live in australia and have just bought our version 2016 outback and really love your grill...
Where did you buy the grill it seems made for a 20 inch led light bar

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