Good ,need better protection from bed to the cab.Or tie into the tail lights if possible.
Great product easy installation
Cleaned the underside of the taneau cover many times with alcohol. Instalation was very easy. Put a switch on the side of the bed next to the tailgate. Flip the switch and the inside of the bed of the truck lights up just like i wanted. Very impressive. But I live in AZ and the inside of the bed with the taneau cover closed in the summer time is 120 degrees +. One side of the light strip will not stay attached. Too hot for the adhesive. So I have put Super glue on it today. We'll see how that holds.
The lights are overall great, but I wish the kit came with loom. The kit comes in a fancy black box within a custom black bubble envelope. Within the kit you’ll find the lights, alcohol wipes, RTV tube and a few extra things. Installation is fairly simple, with respect to the light strips: they are self adhesive and seem to bond really well. Two alcohol wipes (surface adhesion promotion wipes) are provided. I ended up using towels and isopropyl alcohol first, then a final wipe with the included ones. RTV sealant is included for a post-install sealing. Not sure I understand why, but who am I to question. RTV was applied. I would have preferred the driver side and passenger side be labeled somehow. The wires are different lengths, but you have to find the YouTube install video to know the differences; nothing in the kit outlines which wire set is for what side. After installing the light strips, the wires run over the cab rail and into the passenger compartment through a plastic push grommet you drill out - at least this is how I did it. There’s actually no instructions or hints on how to get the wires into your cab - something I think would really benefit this product. Also, the wires are bare unprotected from the bed into the cab. I made a quick trip to my local auto parts store and bought some wire loom to protect the wires - something I would have gladly paid extra for or at least wish was included in the kit instead of a keychain perhaps? After drilling the tab and pulling wire, the passenger side wiring is almost too short, it has no room for error. The drivers side is about perfect: 6 - 8” extra length. Personally, Id rather the wiring run under the rear and front kick panels and pig-tail into a fuse to 1) preserve the factor wiring harness and 2) provide a much more secure wiring solution. My other issue is the crimp splice connectors. Please spend a few extra dollars and get decent ones. The ones with the kit are cheap, in fact, one did not work. So far so good, but I can’t say I like how these splice in. Overall, they are great. Out of the way, perfect brightness level and seem to be a quality LED strip. I’d recommend, but I would advise to upgrade the wiring and add loom to protect the wiring.
East install work great