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52" led light bar install on my 95 lifted GMC Safari

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I decided to install a 52" led curved light bar.
The brackets that came with the light bar from Amazon did not work at all
I did get new brackets from eBay to fit a 99 to 06 Chevy 1500

of course, it gave me an excuse to buy a new tool but I needed it to install
the rivet nuts for the brackets to bolt to the van


here is the driver's side bracket installed

here is the passenger side bracket installed

there was a little tweaking of the brackets to make the light bar to fit


I know its daylight out but its still fricken bright
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yes, markmitch your correct. off road only! thank you!
ok here is a before shot low beam only

here is a after shot turning on the light bar

this hurts my eyes lol
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TurnNburn wrote:
Looks good. Who would have thought that light bar envy was a thing. I think my 36 inch light bar just stopped working
Thanks, TurnNburn I didn't know that light bar envy was a thing either

Mmusicman wrote:
Cool installation! I really like it!
Thanks, Mmusicman

WoodButcher wrote:
Nice AK, now you can see it would be a good time to pick up the yard!
thanks, WoodButcher the yard will be a summer job lol

ericstg wrote:
Thanks, ericstg
Well here is an update: After driving around today there is a whistle vibration harmonics! it's loud enough and annoying to drive u crazy. At this time I'm researching some solutions and will post the results
I had to add a couple of bends in them to fit the Astro and center the lightbar
yes, I did. I bought some rubber pieces that are shaped like the curve of the lightbar and glued them to the fins of the light bar and no more noise

this is what I used a total of 4 came in the pack
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thank you. no, they don't affect the door shutting or sealing i haven't had any problems
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