3/8” cordless or air drill, 5/6” drill bit, ½” ratchet with deep ¾” socket, 3/8” ratchet with shallow ½” socket, wire strippers, wire crimpers, 12V test light, Phillips screwdriver, heat gun, heat shrink wire connectors, 3’ of 3/8” or ¼” split wire loom.
Layout new parts making sure everything is there.
Hold headlite bracket up to the hood to align holes.
Drill mounting holes in hood to 5/16”
Bolt headlite bracket to the hood, making sure the larger holes in bracket and hood line up, so no wires will be pinched.
Start bolts from inside hood.
Tighten 5/16” bolts and lock washers on inside of hood with 3/8” ratchet and ½” socket.
Install headlite housing with an Alum bushing on top and bottom of headlite bracket.
Sort ½” nut on stud sticking through the headlite bracket, (anti seize can be used here to prevent future nut seizing.)
Align bucket straight and level, then tighten ½” nut with ½” ratchet and deep ¾” socket.
Install headlite assembly into housing pushing wires through the hollow mounting stud.
Run wires inside headlite bracket through large hole in hood.
Put split loom on wires to connections inside hood from hallow stud at light.
Make wire connections as necessary.
Heat shrink and wrap all wire connectors.
Done – Stand back and admire your trucks “New “old” Look”. Adjust headlite beams as necessary.
Time to go Truckin’