Yea, Mike (Dragon2U) just cut out a front emblem, put lights inside. I added that while my truck is down (I bent up a wheel on these famous Georgia potholes) Mike also added lights on my cargo bar. I'll keep adding as a little at a time. Can't stand seeing it in garage tore down, got to drive it12Pack, there are lots of LED options out there for big bucks but I just buy a reel of the brightest I can find then I cut it to size and solder in the cables and connectors. It keeps my costs down to under $50. I know I make it sound easier than it actually is but it's a passion of mine so for me it's just fun. My brother, on the other hand, just pony's up the bucks and buys whatever is easier to install so he spends a couple hundred bucks for less light than mine put out.
I bought reels of lights for ours years ago, and put them under the running boards and in the grill and on the radiator cover. BUT---the UV, purple, lights are NOT near as bright as the Blue. So, the question is, how do you determine the brightness??!!?? The Blue's are 120 degree angle, but can't find the package for the UV.12Pack, there are lots of LED options out there for big bucks but I just buy a reel of the brightest I can find then I cut it to size and solder in the cables and connectors.