- Oct 10, 2020
- Georgia, USA
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Take care of yourself first!
Oh an update is ABSOLUTELY needed 🤔Just no half-naked hospital-gown-open selfies, this time, please...
Damned thing is the scourge of my Facebook feed....Just no half-naked hospital-gown-open selfies, this time, please...
No idea what your talking about 🤔Damned thing is the scourge of my Facebook feed....
No idea what your talking about 🤔
*looks up your FB profile for proper linkage*
So honestly I'm kind of glad my OEM light didn't work with the Wits' End glove box, because it led me to find a much better solution than what was there before. LED light strips. They mount with some super sticky 3M butyl mounting tape (about 2mm thick so hopefully enough to adhere to the texture of the powder coating on my glove box, and I led the wires out and down and soldered them to the OEM connector that the original light used. Little wire wrap and she looks good. I only stuck the wire in place temporarily so I can be sure the strips will stay in place through the summer heat and winter cold, but if they stay put I'll run a thin bead of black polyurethane caulk over the wires to help conceal them a bit better. These are really bright and if you don't have the shelf, only one strip would be absolutely perfect for the glove box.
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I'm amazed I was able to find them in my Amazon order history, but these are the ones I used. You can cut them to length, which is nice.Do you have a link to the led light strips?
dumb ass question - since you have an fj62 too - did you find it difficult to install it? mine met with this resistance on the right hand side, i just couldn't force it into place at all.Got mine today. I looked thru this entire thread and didn't see any picture of how folks used the holes on the bottom right. I saw references to Ram mounts and ECUs, but no pictures. The hole patterns are clearly intended for something specific. Anyone care to share pics of what they installed using those holes?