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You can find the White Night back-up lights here for a pretty good price.

The installation is very easy to do. The wiring requires you to tap into the charge wire and back-up light wire at the 7 pin connector, plus a ground. The relocation of the 7 pin connector is as simple as rotating the bracket toward the rear of the truck.

Hope this helps! JS.

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I'm thinking about getting the white night but I'm afraid it'll interfere with the factory chain holes. And. I usually don't have anyone to guide me to my trailer tongue so I just back up until the ball hits the trailer. Is there a chance this could get broken if I'm not lined up perfect?

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Seabee1,

The safety chain holes are still usable, however, the White Nights do block your view of the holes. Once you figure out where you need to look to find them, it is not that much of an issue.

If you always hit the ball, no problem. If you get the trailer tongue off to one side, you might damage the lights. We stock a complete inventory of replacement parts for just this reason. JS.

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I went to ebay and bought a set of "aerodynamic" driving lights and mounted them in the holes located at each end of the rear bumper. I wired directly into the backup light wire. If I need them as work lights, I put the truck in reverse, shut off the engine, set the brake and do what I need to do. These really work great, but if I did it again I would look for a flood type light.

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