Auxiliary Lighting (S04E02)

Chris Duke shows you how to install on and off-road auxiliary lights from Hella, Inc. USA on a Ford F-150 and a F-350 pickup truck.

This season 4 episode originally aired on television, and this version contains that same entire episode, but with fewer commercials.

Install

Craftsman
Hella, Inc. USA
N-Fab

Partz Mentions

Craftsman
Baer Brake Systems
Nitrous Express

Episode Notes

In this episode Chris shows you how to install auxiliary lights from Hella, Inc. USA on a Ford F-150 as well as a Ford F-350 Super Duty pickup truck. Included is an overview of where all the wires go, and the F-150 gets a new light bar on the front to hold Hella’s 500FF and Micro FF lights. The F-350 gets the giant 4000 FF Xenon lamps mounted to its front bumper.

This episode also features Partz, Letterz, and event coverage from the California Jam at the Park car show in Southern California!

Whenever installing off-road lights, be sure to check with your local state laws. Many states require them to be covered, even if they are not in use. Thankfully, all of Hella’s lights come with covers, so use them or replace them if they get lost or stolen.

Product Information

For more information, just click the products on the right!

Music

This episode features music from COLDWEST. “Snakeskinner”, “Ignition”, and a custom song for the Motorz Intro.

 

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65 Comments
  1. wait a minute. seems like you guys already made an episode on this. Oh well its fun to watch, I love doin modifications like this wish I could get into a career with it but its hard to come by. Great videos!!

  2. wait a minute. seems like you guys already made an episode on this. Oh well its fun to watch, I love doin modifications like this wish I could get into a career with it but its hard to come by. Great videos!!

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  4. NOTE: All our previous videos were accidentally deleted, so we had to re-upload them all. Sorry for the inconvenience. We hope you continue to subscribe, LIKE and Favorite our videos!

  5. this may sound like a stupid question but its a legit question. Why do you need the relay? Can’t you just run it straight from the batter with a fuse installed on it and a switch?

  6. Relays can handle a higher amp load than just a switch alone. If you were to use a rocker switch that can only handle 10-15 amps with a light that pulls 20 amps, then the switch will typically melt. Most auxiliary lights are going to be over the switches amp load. So bring in the relay!

  7. In some countires you are not allowed to install AUX lights with a switch like that, it have to be linked to the highbeams or similar

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