Mopar 5” and 7” LED Offroad lights

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    Are there any issues mounting the 7" on the Mopar winch guard and being able to easily access the winch? Do the lights/Brackets get in the way?
     
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    No! Look at the picture of my jeep and you have full access to everything.

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    Thanks. Can you take a pic from the side showing the clearance?
     
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    This is somewhat of a Sideview and if you look at the second picture and you can blow it up you have plenty a room for your winch and you have about 3 inches between the back of the light in the grill on the higher end so there’s plenty a room for everything I’ve had mine on for over a year and a half and use my winch a few different times no problems. It’s hard to see my wins because I have a cover on it.
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    Some more clearance shots.

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    Anyone running quad 5" lights on their bumper like the J6 concept? I like this look! Wonder when/if this stinger will hit the market...

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    Anyone have photos of the hood glare from the 5” on the a pillar? Curious how bad it is...
     
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    There is no glare
     
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    This is my Jeep with a higher end Baja Designs Squadron Pro/Squadron Sport combo on the cowl. The Squadron Pro's are a driving pattern, while the sports are flood's.

    From inside the cab, the light off the hood isn't distracting, at least to me.

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    Nice pics! That helps a lot. do you have any pics from inside the cab?
     
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    I can snap some tonight after I pick the Jeep up from the dealer.
     
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    #194 Nov 15, 2019
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    Here you go... These are Baja Designs Squadron Pro's in Driving pattern. I think they're somewhere between 4000 & 5000 lumens each. It should be also be noted that hood glare from any light will be dependent on the lights beam pattern. If you put a flood light up there, you may get more hood glare than say something with a spot or driving pattern.

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    Mine are mounted sideways so I can still fold the windshield. They light up the fender and the Rubicon logo, I'd imagine if mounted above the hood the glare will be high.
     
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