A pair of each…
Given my prep, it took less than 30 minutes to complete the inside the van wiring.
As I had hoped, my final set of lights & 3 pair color covers arrived today
I’ll use the brackets for a pair of 4-LED Flood Cubes [like those at the rear of the van]
The Rhino-Rack Folding Aerial Bracket is designed with versatility in mind offering 180 degrees of rotation for aerials, antennas, flags, small LEDs and spotlights. The bracket can be installed to roof racks and Pioneer systems and using a C-channel mount and direct attachment to most popular bull bar brands. The bracket also has the option of perpendicular or parallel mounting.
From a top perspective
I was cold enough that I built a fire for warmth as I worked–27-degrees.
I will have the switches [5 of them and a spare hole] to my right-rear and just above my head. They will be incoperated in the bulkhead [08/04/2016] that seperates the passenger area from the cargo section of the van. This shoud simplify wiring and save defacing the van with light switches. As you see, I have an inverter [06/23/2017] at the base of the bulkhead. That makes it easy to tap the battery without running another line.
The switch wiring will be behind the lighted mosaic wall I made in August 2016.
I think the end result will be tidy.