LED Aux Light Integrated Front Skid Plate Concept

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I'm in if they use the nice amber/ yellow for fog!
 
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Quick update, we are doing some initial testing with the prototype setup fitted. Will be posting additional info soon!
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Made some updates for the skid plate lighting concept. During development, we have decided that the design will be compatible with both JT and JL Jeep models. From the previous model shown, we are now able to fit 8 lighting units instead of 7. Meaning more light output. In addition to the lights, we confirmed that we are going to use amber/yellow lighting. More details to come in the near future.

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Any chance you could post a picture similar to the first one here, but more from the side? I’m curious how the side profile looks with covering up the “walrus tusks.”
 

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Quick update, we are doing some initial testing with the prototype setup fitted. Will be posting additional info soon!
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What is the planned IP rating for this light? Given a light at this level will be regularly submerged while driving....meaning increased water pressure, I would hope for a bare minimum of IP67 and probably IP68.
 
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I'm in if they use the nice amber/ yellow for fog!
The prototype is actually yellow, we will be posting light output images soon.

What is the planned IP rating for this light? Given a light at this level will be regularly submerged while driving....meaning increased water pressure, I would hope for a bare minimum of IP67 and probably IP68.
Yes, these modules are IP68 rated and have billet breather valves built into them.

Any chance you could post a picture similar to the first one here, but more from the side? I’m curious how the side profile looks with covering up the “walrus tusks.”
Here is a side angle, this prototype does not have the full skid built-out this setup is for light output testing essentially.
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Quick update, we are doing some initial testing with the prototype setup fitted. Will be posting additional info soon!
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I too really like lighting that's tucked away. I'd be interested in seeing this setup in a way that works with a skid plate.
 
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Here are a couple of quick night shots just for reference.

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Nice! Is that piece going to be sturdy enough to take a hit? I was looking at how exposed the sway bar disconnect is recently. Was thinking something could bolt across there pretty easily.
 
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Nice! Is that piece going to be sturdy enough to take a hit?
Thats the idea, it's designed as a functional skid plate using heavy steel plate. Is it the strongest armor you can purchase? no. But it provides an excellent lighting function wile providing some real functional protection.
 

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