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I have a 1991 Ford F-250 here that doesn't have a light on the license plate. It's not obvious where the lights were before, but it looks like may have been replaced with sockets for a trailer's wiring plug.

To keep the sockets as they are, where else can I install a lamp, and have it still be protected from boots and rocks? (This is a work truck for a builder.)

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What about these lights as I discovered in this question

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Or this one

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Looks like you just drill a hole for this one

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