Had a desire for a flood light for camping in the woods. I seem to always show up at night to my camp spot and usually am fiddling with trying to set up in the dark. Here is my build: Paint roller Remove roller, drill holes in light bracket Search boxes of random parts in shop and find old sway bar bushing and small hose clamp. Attach to extendable paint pole Here is the result. Solar powered, rechargeable, remote controlled, extendable height flood light. I got this off of Amazon for $50ish. Comes with solar panel, light with internal battery and remote. Charge while drive during the day with solar mounted on roof rack. Set up in camp on rig or tree. Light for hours. This is only 30w so not crazy bright but for $175 you can get much brighter versions.
I am tackling the install this weekend but I can not find an installation guide on the ARB site nor the interweb. The closest I found was a YouTube video of the Teraflex 4 inch lift install. Any ideas of where I might find the PDF or a video?
Has anyone done their own differential work? How hard is it to not screw up? I have a '99 Expedition with a Ford 8.8 inch differential, 3.55 ratio and an LSD. I'm thinking after 260k miles the LSD is toast, and we are thinking about using it to tow our travel trailer too. I'd like to re-gear to at least 3.73 if not 4.10, and put an E-locker in it (maybe an air locker). Anyone able to offer some advice? Recommendations on a Seattle area shop?