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Hey guys, I am trying to up my post count, but am also interested to see if there are any Volunteer or Career Firefighters/EMTs/Police officers on this forum? I started out as a Volunteer but worked at it and am now a full time Firefighter with the Natchitoches (that's 'nack-a-tish' for anyone outside of Louisiana) Parish Fire District #6. I have an 06 Commander I recently lifted (that's why I need to up my posts so I can put pics of the Jeep on here!) that is my daily driver/response vehicle. I am attempting to wire in more lights, and was wondering if any other people have done this, or have ideas on how to do it!

Let me know if yall have any ideas! Thanks!
-Patrick 607
 

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Hey guys, I am trying to up my post count, but am also interested to see if there are any Volunteer or Career Firefighters/EMTs/Police officers on this forum? I started out as a Volunteer but worked at it and am now a full time Firefighter with the Natchitoches (that's 'nack-a-tish' for anyone outside of Louisiana) Parish Fire District #6. I have an 06 Commander I recently lifted (that's why I need to up my posts so I can put pics of the Jeep on here!) that is my daily driver/response vehicle. I am attempting to wire in more lights, and was wondering if any other people have done this, or have ideas on how to do it!

Let me know if yall have any ideas! Thanks!
-Patrick 607
Patrick,

I'm actually retired Law Enforcement. Plenty of different ways to wire lights the easiest of which is just to wire them on their own separate switch. I have 3 different LED light bars, the 2 smaller 72 WATT 12 inch lights bars on each side of the roof are on 1 switch and the 50 inch 288W curved LED light bar toward the front of the roof is on it's own switch. Here is a pic of the first switch & the 2nd switch is mounted right above it - just haven't taken a pic of it since it was installed:

 
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