American Adventure Lab fender light kit

  1. Martindfletcher

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    A 2.5 lift and 37s clear fine with the stock rear inner fender moded, should be better with artec. It’s the 3 bolt covers at the back and inner fender liner at back that cause the issue.
     
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    For anyone doing this mod, as someone mentioned somewhere else, please, please consider purchasing the fender rentention hardware or something similar. Your fenders become extremely flimsy without it and I almost lost one on the way to work.
    Until my hardware comes in, I did find a quick easy solution from Lowe's that ended up working really well.
    1 bolt + 1 washer, with a washered nut on backside.

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    Also, mad props to @4xnaz for helping me out on short notice last night!! Appreciate it!
     
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    Here’s a couple more of ours. Second the retention hardware. Certainly work the money!

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    What about just using some automotive grade doublestick on the bracket instead of drilling the fender?
     
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    I used a small bead of clear silicone across the top of light where fender rests on top. Seems to be working fine for the past few months.
     
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    that is what I did, you may need to hold the bracket against the tape when tightening the mounting bolts. seems ok may need to replace tape on occasion.
     
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    I’ve got the lights and inner fenders sitting in my garage waiting for a free weekend for the install. What tape and what size did you use?
     
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    Jelly, jelly..... Still waiting on my inner fenders to ship.
     
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    Just seen this:

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    So how do these work with the halogen light package? Are they just plug and play?
     
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    Yes, sort of. They will work fine, as is, though you may get a fast blinker light inside. If you have a TazerJL, you can program that out. Or, you can get the adapter AAL sells that will address the fast flash. They'll blink just fine, it's just the interior blinker indicators that flash fast (it acts like a light is out).
     
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    This is the white kit and NOT the RGB kit. Sorry for the late response.
     
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    Can anyone comment on or post a picture of the daytime white running lights with the RGB kit? I was told they have a slight blue hue to them. I would like to see them with the factory LED headlights to compare. Thanks!
     
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