You most definitely do not need that many rock lights. I would not integrate them with the bumper. I use cheapie rubber housing tractor lights from the auto parts store, two in front shining down/frontish, two behind the front wheels shining back. PLENTY of light. Darn nice for camp at oh-dark-thirty in elk season too. You can see but are not blinded.
I also use two for reverse light enhancement. Handy.
With that many lights I hope you are doing a serious alternator upgrade as part of this...
Go minimalist on the bumper. Bigger is not better.
'87 4Runner w/ '96 5VZ-FE, 'Red Chili II'
'97 Taco XtraCab 3RZ-FE, 'BlackBean'
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