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How to: 88-98 OBS Cab Clearance Lights Install w/ Pics

ndemerly

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hey man, thanks for uploading this, it really helped me put cablights on my '95. If you don't mind my asking what kind of antennas are those?
 

john deere

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where is your write up for installing cab lights on newer trucks, cant seem to find it. im 17yrs old and bought a set for my 2004 gmc and want some help installin them
 

88gmctruck

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I never did a writeup on installing cablights on GMT800 vehicles, the instructions are pretty much the same, just need the proper hole sizes and measurements.
 

88gmctruck

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For anyone interested that didn't see the post in the for sale section, GM made a LED insert for the GMT400 cab light. I have sets for sale here.

http://www.thetruckstop.us/forum/threads/factory-gm-cablight-led-inserts.43789/

Here is a comparison head on shot with the driver's outer 2 lights with the GM inserts and lenses back on. The difference is astonishing. Prior to this in daylight, my cab lights weren't even visible.
 
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