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Interesting project for sure. Our trucks are aluminum so his trick of catching metal shavings with a magnet wouldn't work for us, minor point.

I went a different way, I just added the 3 "Raptor" lights behind the grille. Some people have added 4, but there were already 3 holes for mounting on my truck so I just used those. That was a lot easier than removing the headliner.
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Video explains that these lights are a factory option on the SuperDutys = you can order the lights (and more importantly) the wiring harness with the five (5) 2-wire pigtails to power the lights.

I've been thru the F150 Ordering Guide with a fine-tooth comb, and I pretty sure that no such option exists on the F150 platform, so you would need to add the Power & Ground wires to your existing wiring harness and you can probably bet that there are not the 2 open slots in that 10-pin wiring harness connector, so you'll need to find the right power wire connected to the mirror lights to tap into.

I would also be concerned with drilling five (5) holes thru the roof into the cab to install these... I had a recall on my 2010 F150 Platinum for the Sirius/XM antenna "pod" that my local dealership performed, which required their removing/replacing the seals. It was only when I was trading my 2010 in for my 2015 Platinum that I noticed the grey carpeting along the passengers side door jamb was soaked with rusty water due to their faulty recall install -- the seals on the pod were leaking and the water leaked down the "A" pillar and was accumulating at the passenger door jamb. Besides the sunroof, the antenna pod was the only other hole in the roof and it leaked past those seals. Multiply that possibility by 5 and I think you're asking for problems...

Not saying it couldn't be done but question whether what would be involved is worth the effort...
 

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Thanks for the advise, i am looking at lights from this place Wireless Cab Running Lights Kit - Cab Over America
no leaking and no taking the cab apart. i am still looking for the next couple of days , my sons friend was here today and he has a shop that does vinyl wrap, detailing etc. and he said he can do the install for me.. so i am thinking of what i am going to do,
 
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