We strive to have all bolt-on mounting brackets as we do in Jeeps and most stock mounting locations. However, with roof mounting on most trucks, you are required to drill an average of three holes on each side of the truck cab and install nut-serts in order to create a location for you to bolt our brackets onto. Bulldog Lighting© is not responsible for any damage albeit moisture or hardware related with installation of our brackets or after the install is complete. We recommend a generous use of silicone to help prevent any type of moisture, dust, or environmental penetration into the cab of the vehicle. Even with the use of silicone, this prevention cannot be guaranteed and Bulldog Lighting© holds no responsibility with installation or use of our brackets and damage to the vehicle. If you have any other questions about roof mounts, please feel free to contact our customer service team at 855-533-2855 or email@example.com.
All light bar voltage measurements are taken at 14.2 volts which is the average voltage output of a running vehicle.
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