Love this product. I live in the Rocky Mountain Region so I have probably more opportunity to use/need the extra light it gives off. Many less traffic traveled roads and a whole lot of animals jumping out at you. Great illumination especially in addition to the Cree LED "fog" lights i installed from F150LEDs. Pro's: Installation was pretty painless and straight forward, follow the YouTube video. Took about 30 minutes with all tools ready to go. Cons: How to address the removal of the front license plate bracket and relocate something, somewhere because my state requires (you will get a ticket) front display of your tags. I ended up purchasing a heavy metal license plate backer bracket and bolting it into the drivers side bumper pad. Looks good so far but I haven't gone through a car wash yet!!
My experience with using this item has been really well so far. I just installed it on my f150 & I think its really awesome looking. Blends in with the front of the vehicle when it is off. I believe its pretty bright for being a 20" & towards the bottom of the vehicle.
Install was fairly easy. I had some trouble finding a "hole" to put the wire harness through down to the light, but once I realized that I had to push a piece of plastic out of the way the rest was fairly easy. Pushing the rubber gromet from the inside was much easier than going at it from the firewall side. Once installed light worked great. We live in the mountains in northern Arizona and the night I installed I drove home after dark with probably a dozen or so deer and elk on the highway. The light really helped seeing them a lot sooner than with just factory high beams.
Ordered wrong kit, they sent out plastic lower grille immediately. Couple of tips when installing.... When plastic bracket is still on truck, or when dry fitting ordered lower grille, take inside measurement of opening without light bar attached, then after light bar is installed in grille, while off truck, make sure measurement is the same as prior to light bar install and you will never have to take it off to loosen the screws. I also used supplied washers and lock nuts as spacers so that I got measurement exact and bar bolts were tight. When removing rubber firewall gasket, for switch install, push gasket from inside the cab of truck rather than trying to pull it off from engine bay. Once I pulled my head out of my **** this was perhaps the easiest install I have ever done.
Just installed 4/5/19 so far it’s been great. I thought I would get a little more light than what was put out. Then again it’s a small bar. So can’t ask to much out of it. I think their should have been some instructions in the box. Even though Nick you make your installation look to easy on YouTube. I did run into a problem with the clips not wanting to go back in. I figured out that the plastic was to tight to the light bar. Loosened it up was able to put truck back together. But I don’t feel comfortable with it only being hand tight.