and now how to get these lights to efficiently go up and down, and now thinking about it i probably wouldn't want to use any motors to raise these lights.
Here is a very simple idea, but depends on one question - do you really need to be able to raise them from the inside comfort of the cabin - or do you mind spending 90-120 seconds doing it manually? If manual is okay, then it's cake. On the back side of the bumper, have 2 studs sticking outwards (towards the grill). Then have the lights mounted independently on a steel brackets w/ slots/holes in it, 2 at the bottom, 2 at top, same spacing as the studs. So just slip the bracket down over the studs and thread down a wingnut at whichever height yo uwant for the moment. Done... and will cost about $10 for all the parts...
-------------------- With 200+ Billion electrical parts, the world most complicated machine is inside your own skull.
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