Not sure how many have seen these before: 4-inch LED Round Lights  | Rough Country Suspension Systems®
I thought they might be a good replacement for the stock roof lights on the PRO-4X. The stock lights just weren't very impressive to me and I needed plenty of light for driving Montana roads at night.
Stock PRO-4X lights:
Here is what the new lights look like:
As you can see, the lights come with brackets for mounting at the base. There is a small tab that comes out on the bottom to put a mounting bolt through.
Once you remove the 6 bolts that hold the light panel to the roof, you can unplug them and lift it away. Here is the light panel from the back:
Three screws to remove the housing. One on top and two on bottom.
I found out there isn't enough room to mount them with the attached bracket, so I decided to try mounting them using bolts and the threaded holes on the back of the lights
The lights fit like a glove (a tight glove but a glove nonetheless) but since the housing is angled behind them to accommodate the original halogens which sit much deeper than the flat LEDs, they were interesting to get bolted in to say the least. I did make it work with #10/32 bolts that were 1/2" long and some bent washers to fit it tightly against the angled surface. It could probably have been done better I think, but I'm not immediately sure how. Regardless, I got them to fit:
As far as wiring goes, I just used the stock wires since LEDs should draw less overall plus they were 55W instead of 65W stock. Plus, I was fine with the fact that they can only be used with brights. It wasn't worth it for me to rewire and place a new relay and switch.
I cut the plug and 6" of wire from the supplied wiring harness and cut the stock plug out. I connected these wires with some waterproof butt connectors and zip tied it all together. Again, I could have probably soldered it all together, but due to my current lack of a solder gun, I figured this should be good enough.
Finished light panel:
I did notice that the bracket tab on the bottom of these lights sticks down enough to hit the paint. I tried to file it down a little bit, but it was getting late so I just tightened it down on the roof and it seemed to work ok. I assume it might scratch the paint a little bit over time, but as long as it doesn't rust, I doubt anyone will be looking under there.
These particular lights have a textured surface that helps them to flood light around the front of your truck. I can see straight out to the sides. I covered up the brights on a dark road and they had enough throw to illuminate a couple hundred yards down the road. I did have to adjust mine a little bit with washers because they were shining pretty high, but I think I have them dialed in now.
Hope some of you will find this helpful!