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    Quote Originally Posted by upnover View Post
    Thank you both. Yup that's what I was wondering. Did you drill the pinch seem to fit them in? I haven't looked at Amazon on those lights yet.
    Here are where mine are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crippledpetey View Post
    when did you install those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by upnover View Post
    Thank you both. Yup that's what I was wondering. Did you drill the pinch seem to fit them in? I haven't looked at Amazon on those lights yet.
    I used the old license plate holes on the one side and matched the other side plus added one extra light. That way I don't have holes back there anymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by upnover View Post
    Thank you both. Yup that's what I was wondering. Did you drill the pinch seem to fit them in? I haven't looked at Amazon on those lights yet.
    Quote Originally Posted by JK_b/c_yolo View Post
    I used the old license plate holes on the one side and matched the other side plus added one extra light. That way I don't have holes back there anymore.
    Here's a picture of what I'm talking about, hope this helps out...
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    EVO rear corner skins install

    Awesome. I like that. Great job. What size hole do did you drill? Sorry for all the questions.

    would you use these as rock lights too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by upnover View Post

    would you use these as rock lights too?
    Yep, I'd say at least 6 of us use them for rock lights. They're small so you can get really creative with mounting.

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