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I just wondered what was up with this. I went to get inspected, and they say the headlights can't be more than 52 inches off the ground. I passed, cause mine are 51.5, but my truck really isn't that high off the ground. Keep in mind, this is in gainesville. They would pass an inspection on a waggon here.....

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i thought it was 54"???

anyways, i know mine is 54 and they dont check things like that around here so i dont really have to worry about it at this point....
 

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jamminzz What ever your tape measure says!!
 

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depending on vehicle......on mine its 12"s of lift and 39.5 boggers lol.....
 

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I had a 85 Ramcharger on 38.5"s that barely passed because the headlights were mounted so high in the grill. Just remember, the law doesn't say you can't relocate them.
 

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exactly what he said......just move em to a spot where your still legal
 

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Take it someplace else, some else maynot notice it.
bluebomber said:
just come over here to pottsboro and have it inspected and you won't have to worry about it

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snow plow lights under the bumper work great ... also had a friend use flip light like on a Fire bird and mounted them so the poped out from under the bumper ... :bling:
 

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I thought about mounting some headlights with a plug that can be removed and putting in a switch in that sends the power to either the real headlights or the "inspection lights".

I am still good until August though so knowing me, I won't do anything about till around July 31st.
 
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