Here's two pics of my 04 with a Westin if that would help.
I see you've used an impact gun. Did you have trouble removing the bolts in the front?Well the bull bar came in last Thursday and I was planning on installing the lights prior to putting on the bull bar, but I had been starring me in the face all weekend and I decided to go out and put it on yesterday. Lights will deliver today so hopefully I can fin the time and patience to get them installed this week. Enjoy the pics! Pics will follow of the final install of the lights.
Used the impact to get the rear bolts off. Had to use a 17mm wrench and a small cheater pipe to get the fronts off, and I managed to do it by myself. Surprising cause I figured they would be thread sealant on them and the same 600lb silverback gorilla that installs the caliper bracket bolts would have installed the bolts in the tow hooks as well. Only problem that I had was getting the fronts back in. Since the bar fills in the section of the hole in the bumper, there's no way to reach in through the front, so I had to reach in from behind from underneath the truck. Got them hand tight, and used a small ball pein hammer to peck on the wrench and get them as tight as I could. Hopefully it won't fall off anytime in the very distant future. Overall, very satisfied with the final outcome. Now just to get them purdy Warn driving lights installed. They came in on the brown truck this morning.I see you've used an impact gun. Did you have trouble removing the bolts in the front?
Looks nice! Good work.
Looks badass! I'm thinking of getting some myself. How bright are those lights? I might change out my headlights to HID first though.Got the lights installed yesterday with the help from a buddy. Super easy install. We had them on in around 30 to 40 minutes. Simples plug and play installation. Very detailed instructions helped out tremendously. Still got a little dress up to do as I can stand to see exposed wiring. Thinking I'll go to local auto parts store and find some wire loom to cover the wires off the back of the lights to give that finished look. Plus it will drive me nuts until I can get that fixed anyways. Tested them on and off road last night. They shine out pretty far with the low beams and fogs, but kinda disappear with the high beams. Overall I'm very satisfied. Have to run them awhile and see how they'll hold up. My first DIY mod on the Titan. Attached are pics. Guess it's time for a new sig pic.
Thanks. According to the light pattern from the Warn site:Looks badass! I'm thinking of getting some myself. How bright are those lights? I might change out my headlights to HID first though.
Yes for a Westin and Hunter bull bar.Quick question concerning bull bars in general. Can you use a front license plate bracket with a bull bar?